Tag Archives: Yorkshire

Nothing ventured…‘interlocal’ projects potential to contribute to building up Place Capital

Marijana Rimanic from Pogon in Zagreb, Croatia also gave a presentation as part of the Nothing ventured… seminars in June. She described the Corners of Europe project which involves around 9 cultural institutions and over 20 artists from across Europe. … Continue reading

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Nothing ventured… mutual empowerment through international exchange

David Irle works for Reseau en Scene, a performing arts development agency for the Languedoc-Roussillon region in France. He gave a presentation as part of Nothing ventured…nothing gained, the 2 day seminar programme I set up which shared models and … Continue reading

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A framework for experimentation

I told the audience at ‘Live Art Meets Choreography’, that I’m interested in the idea that we should all seek to challenge ourselves, to take a risk every now and then – that’s both as audience and as artists. I … Continue reading

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Live art; a series of processes and practices

As curator of ‘Live Art Meets Choreography’ (see Enabling dialogues between disciplines – March 12), I defined choreography thus: ‘Choreography is when moving things (could be people) are arranged in space and time – with the dynamic qualities and the … Continue reading

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Title: Enabling dialogue between disciplines

I recently curated an evening of live art at Yorkshire Dance (www.yorkshiredance.com) in their Friday Firsts programme (3.3.12), entitled ‘Live Art Meets Choreography’. This was an opportunity for me to enable dialogue between two performance disciplines dance and live art; … Continue reading

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