A practical and networking event for D/deaf and disabled artists based in the East Midlands engaging in choreography or theatre as a performer, director, musician, film maker or writer.
This event is open to new artists as well as those who have attended the previous Gathering. In the morning there will be an artist led practical session in choreography and theatre led by Dan Daw, followed by an afternoon for networking, conversation and future thinking.
Venue: iC4C, Nottingham NG3 2AR
This event is BSL interpreted and presented in partnership with Nottingham Playhouse & Dance4.
Dan Daw is a Candoco Associate Artist and currently a student at the Sadlers Wells Summer University (2015 – 2018), Dan continues to work at the forefront of collaborative performance making in the UK. Dan is a recipient of the BBC/South East Dance Performing Arts Fund Fellowship, the Outlet Dance Award and the Russell Page Fellowship in Contemporary Dance amongst others. He has been a part of Dance UK’s Mentor Bursary and the National Theatre Step Change programme, furthermore evidencing his ambitions as disabled artist to impact and lead the conversation on dance and disability.