Dance, Movement, Refugees and Migration
Greenwich Dance, The Borough Hall, Royal Hill, London SE10 8RE
A Platforma networking meeting looking at current practice and future directions. Open to all (whether you have previous experience in this work or not) and featuring presentations by Greenwich Dance, Protein Dance, Natasha Davis and Simona Scotto.
This will be a chance to hear from those with experience working in this area and to discuss issues including:
> Engaging children and young people from refugee backgrounds
> How to evaluate participatory work with refugees
> Career pathways for dancers from refugee backgrounds
> Representation of refugees and migrants in dance and movement work
> Useful networks and contacts, including internationally
> Future actions and events
To reserve a free place, or for more information, please contact Tom Green email@example.com
Counterpoints Arts engages with refugee and migrant experiences through arts and cultural programmes. Its mission is to support and produce the arts by and about migrants and refugees, seeking to ensure that their contributions are recognized and welcomed within British arts, history and culture. Central to the mission is our belief in the ability of the arts to inspire social change and enhance inclusion & cultural integration of refugees & migrants. Counterpoints Arts manages Refugee Week and the national Platforma network on arts by, about and with refugees.
Greenwich Dance is the home of dance in South East London. An extraordinary meeting place for artists, audiences and communities; they make the space for great dance to happen through incubation, creation, participation and performance. They challenge perceptions and change lives through excellence and innovation. Greenwich Dance aims to set the standard for dance locally, nationally and internationally.
Photo: Stephen Morgan for Protein Dance