The day was aimed at Secondary level teachers, specialist and non-specialist and independent dance artists who are leading sessions with young people. As well as exploring some great choreographic tools to support working creatively with young people, the day also explored themes from Stopgap’s work Artificial Things, a compulsory study for GCSE dance.
The twilight session was aimed at teachers and practitioners working in, or with an interest in inclusive dance practice.
A big thank you and well done to all those who came and participated, and to Stopgap for facilitating such an inspiring day of workshops.
Here’s what some of the participants had to say:
“Thank you for a fantastic day, I can’t wait to get back to school and try some of these ideas out”
“a great creative tool kit full of thought provoking ideas”
“The twilight was perfect for me, as I work in the day. What an inspiring and fun way to spend an evening”