The Art of being a Trip Hazard
Arts Practice | Event: 23.03.2018
10.30 – 5pm Workshop & Discussion @Tramway
5.30pm - 7pm A wee drink @ Tramway
A day to reflect on dance and disability in Scotland and to imagine together expansive dance practices which are reflective of many different people and bodies. Dance as an artform continues to evolve through the diversity of creative voices and physicalities now influencing development.
The Art of being a Trip Hazard will be lead by choreographer and activist Caroline Bowditch, and is in collaboration with The Work Room, Tramway and Imaginate.
In 2008 Caroline was appointed as Scottish Dance Theatre’s Dance Agent for Change. In that role and through her own artistic practice her practice has been hugely influential on the dance sector in Scotland. In July 2018 she takes up the role of Executive Director of Arts Access Victoria in Australia. In her 10 years in Scotland she has created and toured a body of work, including performances for very young audiences and outdoor spaces. She has been a Tramway Associate Artist and an Imaginate supported artist.
Through her work with Imaginate, Caroline has begun to write a Manifesto for the Arts in Scotland. We are inviting artists, practitioners and arts organisers to work with us in developing this Manifesto to influence all our future work.
This FREE event is open to members and non-members of The Work Room and participants can choose to book into all or part of the event as they see appropriate. Places are limited on the workshop and discussion group and will be offered on a first come first served basis. To book your place email email@example.com indicating which elements you would like to attend.
10.30am – 1pm Choreographic Workshop @Tramway
2pm – 5pm Our next steps: presentation & discussions @Tramway
5.30pm – 7pm A wee drink in Tramway
Tramway and social evening venue are fully accessible and BSL interpretation will be available for the afternoon discussion however if you have any particular access needs please contact Sara on 0141 423 384 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
If you require childcare to enable you to attend the event please contact email@example.com.