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South East Dance are offering a very exciting opportunity to be a part of an Audience Ambassador Scheme, this autumn 2015.
Our Audience Ambassador schemes are designed to bring people together who have no background in contemporary Dance, but who are curious to find out more!
Our next Ambassadors will get to meet Artistic Director Dan Daw, who recently received a BBC Performing Arts Fund Fellowship and premiered his latest work ‘Beast’ last month in Sweden.
We are looking for people who:
- Are aged 18-35
- Love discussing ideas
- Are interested in Aesthetics and Body Politics in the 21st Century
- Would like to meet a group of fascinating individuals
- Have no experience of dance – but are intrigued to find out more
- Would like to gain an insight in to an artist’s thought process behind a new piece of work
“I stand before you today as a man. I stand before you today as a gay man. I stand before you today as an Australian gay man. I stand before you today as an Australian gay disabled man. I stand before you today to say that all of those things led to my becoming a dancer.” Dan Daw
You will need to be available on the following dates to take part in 4 complimentary sessions in Brighton:
1. Friday 30th October (6pm): Dinner in central Brighton with Artistic Director Dan Daw and fellow Audience Ambassadors.
2. Tuesday 3rd November (Evening): Performance of Dan Daw’s work ‘Beast’ at Brighton Dome.
3. Monday 9th November (Daytime): Half-day Symposium looking at the 21st Century Aesthetics of the body, hosted by Dan Daw.
4. Tuesday 10th November (6pm-7.30pm): South East Dance invite all participants to discuss and feedback on their experience to Dan Daw.
Please note you will NOT be required to dance – simply to discuss the themes and ideas of Dan’s work entitled ‘Beast’.
Deadline for expressions of interest: Tuesday 30 June 2015.
Image: Hugo Glendinning ‘Imperfect Storm’ by Wendy Houstoun, 2010, Candoco Dance Company
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