MA Choreography and Professional Practice - University of ChichesterProfessional Development
1 September - 2 NovemberWe are embarking on delivering on our first MA postgraduate qualification. The MA Choreography and Professional Practice course starts at the University of Chichester in September 2014. The programme has been designed and will be delivered by University of Chichester in partnership with South East Dance, enabling students to engage with us as a national dance development organisation and access a wide range of events, expertise, networking and professional development opportunities delivered both on and off campus.
The practice-based course explores choreographic methods and approaches and encourages students to position themselves as artists within the U.K and European contemporary dance scene. The course includes compulsory modules: Choreographic Practices, Artist as Producer and Dissertation all of which can be practically based allowing you to explore choreographic ideas and interests through the planning, making and performing of new dance work. Additional, optional modules include: Dance Technique, Writing for Performance, New Media and Performance Practices.
DANCE HACKProfessional Development
Are you an artist or programmer treading the line between dance and digital? Do you have ideas that need testing, challenging or refining? If so, join us for Dance Hack: an experiment in creative technology.
We have invited artists and technologists to come together to play, experiment and create. We have space for four movement artists or computer programmers to join them.
Dance Hack 2013. Image © Zoe Manders.
Part of Brighton Digital Festival 2014. In partnership with the University of Brighton with further support from Pavilion Dance South West.
- 10am - 7pm
- £Free but places are limited
- University of Brighton, BN2 0JY
- 01273 696844
FLOURISH FUNDProfessional Development
An opportunity for dance artists working in the South East to pitch for funds to support their personal professional development.
Pitch to us for any amount between £50 - £250, for anything that will help you develop as a movement-based artist - perhaps a place on a creative development or business course, a train ticket to get to a residency or a mentoring session with a peer.
We are open to applications from all people, at any stage of their career.
Deadline for applications: Monday 13 October.
- 01273 696844
AGILE FUNDRAISING: FIT FOR PURPOSE, EFFECTIVE FRAMEWORK FOR FUNDRAISINGProfessional Development
Dance UK’s Agile Fundraising is a new training programme designed to unmask techniques to attract individual donors and help you become more confident in raising funds.
This session is led by John Nicholls, founder of Arts Quarter with over 25 years’ experience working within the arts, charitable communities and creative industries in the UK and abroad.
Join Dance UK for this affordable specialist training that has been designed by a dance professional for dance professionals.
Made possible with support from Arts Council England’s Catalyst scheme and Cause4’s Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy.
- £16 (Dance UK members) / £36 (non-members)
- Brighthelm Centre, Brighton, BN1 1YD