Thanks for visiting this site giving info about my freelance work.
I was delighted to receive an Creative Scotland's Open Fund Award in 2021 to lead
What Moves You? with fellow Dance Artists Julia McGhee, Niamh O'Loughlin and Skye Reynolds
and in partnership with The Brunton, Byre Theatre, Lyra and Lyth Arts Centre.
Thanks to this support and 40 Crowdfunder Supporters, we were able to
deliver online, outdoor and indoor workshops with more than 300 people across Scotland.
We also each made a solo and performed outdoors for a total audience of 214 in Summer 2021.
What Moves You? led to the following activities:
Performances by Niamh O'Loughlin of How to deserve a mountain in Dublin & Dundee in 2021
Performances by Julia McGhee of The Bog Blanket & Meet The Artists events for Thurso Women's Festival in 2022
in partnership with Lyth Arts Centre
What Moves You Meet The Artists at The Brunton in Nov 2021 for an audience of 57. Live VJ, music and dance
Chance Dance Sessions for 30 x P5/6's of Cellardyke Youth Club in Nov 2021
My Friend Selkie interactive workshops - see more at www.whatmovesyou.co.uk
Created in 2020 in partnership with The Byre Theatre (image by Hazel Terry)
Sea Path continues to resonate...
for The Anywhere Route for you to enjoy
Sea Path Film Crew
Photo of Jade, Dawn, Quee and Brian by Brian Hartley
Career-long Professional Learning
I am passionate about dance and movement. With years of experience in delivery and design, I'll happily propose bespoke programmes of projects and CLPL for your cluster or school.
Building on the basics to create complexity.
Leading Dance Workshops
I enjoy delivering dance sessions for all levels of experience to maximise full engagement and build confidence.
As a former performer, I have experience in all aspects of artistic development from idea to studio to stage to outdoors.
Please email for advice - If I don't know, I'm happy to direct you to someone who does.
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Dancebase R & D residency online 2020
Dawn that video is incredible.
The movement really drew me in, and it was particularly cool to see the dancers in their different surroundings, and when they came up and eyeballed the camera it felt simultaneously startling, intimate
and gave this feeling of connection and closeness.
Especially impressive to achieve something at that level during an r&d in lockdown - well done!