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Listening to Young Voices: how can schools be spaces to dance about? Children were invited to take part in an accessible and fun choreography and architecture workshop. Led by one of our expert artist facilitators, Adesola Akinleye, children had the opportunity to explore choreography and architecture through movement games and improvisation.
Announcing our selected 2018/19 CONTINUOUS Artists CONTINUOUS is a four-year partnership between BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Gateshead) and Siobhan Davies Dance which seeks to advance the creation, presentation and development of audiences for experimental independent contemporary dance within visual arts contexts.
In September 2018 BALTIC ...
Next Choreography Festival 2018 Sunday 22 July
Free to attend, booking advisable: https://bit.ly/2L7kenP
Siobhan Davies Studios, SE1 6ER
Our Next Choreography participants lead an intriguing trail around Siobhan Davies Studios and the surrounding areas. Audiences encounter performance, film, sketches and sound as they are ...
Future Recollections Episode 6: Seeing It Through For the final episode of Future Recollections Siobhan Davies offers an insight into her creative process. Using images and text from across time and space Davies examines layers of influences that continue to inspire her today. Future Recollections is commissioned ...
Future Recollections Episode 5: Moving by Frame Can choreographic ideas be applied to film making? In Moving by Frame, Siobhan Davies considers her work 'All This Can Happen' and invites another voice to unpick the themes and ideas held within her work.
Future Recollections is commissioned by ...
Webb-Ellis, Inheritors - Exhibition Trailer Inheritors is a new film installation by the artist duo Webb-Ellis contemplating coexistence in the contemporary world, presented as part of the on-going Traces Commission visual arts programme. Set on the motorways of Britain and Europe, the film takes this ...
Future Recollections Episode 4: Sharing Language As an artist Siobhan Davies has not restricted her practice to the world of dance and choreography and constantly searched for inspiration from others. For this episode of Future Recollections Siobhan Davies talks to visual artist Clare Twomey about working ...
Future Recollections Episode 3: Amongst Others Working with others and collaborating to create can be challenging but also rewarding. For episode 3 of Future Recollections Siobhan Davies reflects on working amongst others. Future Recollections is commissioned by The Space.
Future Recollections is a new series produced ...
Future Recollections Episode 2: Where To Be In this episode of Future Recollections Siobhan Davies examines how different spaces, territories and environments have influenced the way she has made dance and choreography. Future Recollections is commissioned by The Space.
Future Recollections is a new series produced by ...
Future Recollections: Episode 2 Trailer In a new project, Future Recollections, Siobhan Davies examines why dance and choreography have inspired her for more than 50 years. Watch the second episode online from Wednesday 7 March.
In collaboration with The Space, we are delighted to be ...
Future Recollections Episode 1: The Body We Are For the first episode of our new series, Future Recollections, Siobhan Davies explore The Body We Are. Watch and consider what is embodied intelligence and why the desire to move arises within us. Future Recollections is commissioned by The Space.
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Future Recollections: Episode 1 Trailer In a new project, Future Recollections, Siobhan Davies examines why dance and choreography have inspired her for more than 50 years. Watch the first episode, The Body We Are, on Wednesday 21 February and explore ideas of embodied intelligence.
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Siobhan Davies and the Big Give Christmas Challenge Siobhan Davies tells us why supporting a youth programme and future artists is essential.
As part of the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2017 we are raising vital funds to support future artists. We need your help this Christmas to enable ...
Artist Charlotte Spencer and the Big Give Christmas Challenge We spoke to artist Charlotte Spencer about why the Siobhan Davies Dance youth programme is special and needs your support!
As part of the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2017 we are raising vital funds to support future artists. We need ...
Young Artists talk about Next Choreography and the Big Give Previous participants of Next Choreography Masie Sadgrove and Sasha Mattock tell us why the course is special and why you should support future artists for the Big Give Christmas Challenge.
As part of the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2017 we ...
Artist Amy Bell and the Big Give Christmas Challenge We spoke to artist Amy Bell about why the Siobhan Davies Dance youth programme is special and needs your support!
As part of the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2017 we are raising vital funds to support future artists. We need ...
The Big Give Christmas Challenege 2017 HELP US TO SUPPORT FUTURE ARTISTS
As part of the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2017 we are raising vital funds to support future artists. We need your help this Christmas to enable us to provide a platform and space to ...
Reflections on working with Siobhan Davies Dance For over a decade we've been working in primary schools and using dance accross the curriculum to enhance learning. We need your help to reach more pupils and teachers, at a time when schools are having to make difficult choices.
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material / rearranged / to / be - Barbican (2017) Exploring our bodies' capacity to communicate, Siobhan Davies Dance’s most ambitious collaboration to date, material / rearranged / to / be includes performance, film projection, and sculptural objects that are presented as an ever-changing arrangement. Visitors enter the gallery and ...
Next Choreography Festival, 3rd July 2016 Next Choreography Festival 2016, filmed by Next Choreography participant Bethany Monk.
The Next Choreography Festival takes over Siobhan Davies Studios featuring live performance, film, talks and participatory events by our Next Choreography participants and other artists. The festival is the ...
Dance v Neuroscience Neuroscientist Guido Orgs and Choreographer Matthias Sperling hosted a discussion reflecting on their research collaboration and the broader questions that arise from it, with the help of a panel of distinguished guests: Lutz Förster (Artistic Director, Tanztheater Wuppertal), Siobhan Davies ...
Next Choreography Festival 2015 Siobhan Davies Dance Next Choreography Festival is a festival co-curated by young artists and choreographers from Next Choreography, our yearlong course for 14—21 year olds. The festival explores choreography through live performance, installation, film exhibitions, talks and participatory events.
Charlie Burt - Next Choreography 2014/15 participant ShareEmbedEmail Next Choreography is a yearlong programme by Siobhan Davies Dance for 14 -21 year olds keen to learn about choreographic processes used across artistic disciplines.
Through regular activities participants will look beyond dance to the different choreographic processes used across ...
Amy Harris - Next Choreography 2014/15 participant Next Choreography is a yearlong programme by Siobhan Davies Dance for 14 -21 year olds keen to learn about choreographic processes used across artistic disciplines.
Through regular activities participants will look beyond dance to the different choreographic processes used across ...
South of No North: Live performance event Works by Ruth Barker and Romany Dear
Curated by Ben Harman, Director of Stills: Centre for Photography, Edinburgh
Ruth Barker presented 'What To Say When There Is Nothing To Say (no words no sense of the appropriate)', a new work, ...
Ben Harman: Exhibition Curator in Conversation Ben Harman, Director of Stills: Centre for Photography, Edinburgh, in conversation about South of No North at Siobhan Davies Studios
Planting Steps Walk Johanna Gibbons of J & L Gibbons, Landscape Architects, Paul Lincoln of the Landscape Institute and Richard Reynolds, Guerrilla Gardener lead a walk from City Hall, seat of the Capital’s politics, along the South Bank of the Thames, cutting south ...
Observing Urban Ecology Johanna Gibbons and Neil Davidson of J & L Gibbons, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design Practice speaks on alternative urban planning and lead a walk from the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve to Tower Bridge, exploring London’s hidden greenery.
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