Photography by Rachel Cherry
From Top, left to right:
Jessica Gibson, Megan Pinder, Ellie Smith, James Fogerty
Becky Smithson, Charlotte Jones, Clare Farrow, Tara Baker
This year the AEP is growing, seeing regional collaborations developing with DanceEast and Yorkshire Dance, and new connections with Pavilion Dance South West, and BEEE Creative Dance Re:Ignite Programme in Hertfordshire.
Around the country the AEP is brining you Artists’ Conversations - a chance to engage with like minded artists, interrogate your values and beliefs, establish peer mentoring and support systems, and talk about the things on your mind that are challenging you in your work / life balance.
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The Artists’ Exchange Programme (AEP) initiated by Danielle Teale Dance, announces the first two-day AEP professional skills course offered to students from University of Roehampton.
The AEP is an example of innovative, artist-led leadership; a CPD initiative focused on artistry and high quality choreographic practice in community dance. The programme offers a range of opportunities from Artists' Skills Exchange for mid-career Artists , to bespoke Masterclasses or Professional Development courses suitable for a range of participants.
The AEP interrogates practice which falls within the intersection between professional, choreographic and community dance and asks questions of these labels, giving us the chance to exchange ideas, reflect and analyse our practice for the future benefit of the participants we work with.
The upcoming two-day artistic development course is aimed at early career students of University of Roehampton, and will be led by Danielle Teale with excellent guest artist contributors from across the UK. The course is suitable for those looking for guidance and inspiration for their career development, and to build a network of support.
The two-day course will take place at University of Roehampton, 6-7 June.
Danielle Teale Dance launches the first Artists Skills Exchange as part of the new and innovative, Artists Exchange Programme (AEP).
Danielle Teale Dance launches the Artist Exchange Programme (AEP) funded by Arts Council England
Danielle Teale Dance is delighted to announce the launch of the Artists Exchange Programme, an initiative that focuses on artistry in the continuing professional development of artists working in community dance.