Metal are looking for disabled & non-disabled practitioners to take part in an intensive research & development LAB. These four day workshops are aimed at artists (from all artforms) that work with the body, movement & dance; or are curious to explore with others these themes. Each Lab will also be supported by a cohort of guest speakers & mentors. The Labs will take place at the Metal venues in Peterborough, Southend & Liverpool. All travel, accommodation and meals will be provided. After the Lab, attendees will be supported to develop R&D proposals for new commissions based on their research. The artists will be invited into residence at Metal to develop their ideas further supported by a commissioning fund. The resulting collaborative works will be shared locally, showcased at the Southbank Centre (London) & will form part of a new national symposium in 2018 in partnership with the Centre for Dance Research at Coventry University (C-DaRE) to coincide with Unlimited.
Expires: March 17, 2017
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