As part of a European Spring tour made possible through the support of DansiT – Senter for Dansekunst i Sør-Trøndelag which includes visits to Norway, Finland, Italy and the UK, Dance Integrated Australia has been invited by Dr. Anna Hickey-Moody to present as part of the ‘Material Cultures of Resistance’ series at the Centre for the Arts and Learning, Goldsmiths University of London.
Dr. Anna Hickey-Moody is a Senior Lecturer in Educational Studies, and Head of the Centre for The Arts and Learning, and her work focusses on disability, arts practice, gender and cultural geography. She came to Goldsmiths from the University of Sydney, where she was based in the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies.
The Centre for the Arts and Learning, Goldsmiths are proud to host a one day symposium with Philip Channells as part of their Spring Term “Material Cultures of Resistance” series.
Creative Director of Dance Integrated Australia, Philip Channells met Hickey-Moody in Adelaide as members of Restless Dance Company’s Youth Ensemble with founding artistic director, Sally Chance. They performed in Ingrid Voorendt’s Precious in Adelaide (1999) and at the Sydney Paralympic Invincible Summer program (2000) and again inThe Days Allotted to Me (2000)co-directed by I. Voorendt and J. Winter). They worked for many years together in the Youth Ensemble and as part of the Education Team and were later co-assistant directors to Voorendt for in the blood (2002).
This day long event consists of an inclusive movement workshop from 11am – 1pm then a panel discussion and project proposal workshop from 2 – 4pm on Wednesday 7 May 2014. The event is free but is not catered. All welcome.
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