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Re:generations

6 November 2014

This production was part of our Autumn Season 2014

To Download the schedule CLICK HERE

Following the highly successful 2012 conference Re: Generations - The Next Generation: Mapping new futures in dance of the African Diaspora the organising team is excited to announce Re: Generations - Rethinking the past to reimagine the future.

Re:Generations 2014 builds on the success of the last two conferences in 2010 and 2012 which have established a distinctive combination of keynote addresses, panel discussions, papers, performances, and workshops focusing on dance and the African diaspora. The central theme of the third conference is Rethinking the past to reimagine the future.

If you are a dance artist, student/academic, new media practitioner, venue manager, producer, programmer or dance lover, join this International Conference to contribute to a positive future for the development and sustainability of new dance talent in the UK and beyond.

 

TICKET Prices

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Full Pass

£90  (Includes all workshops, master classes, key notes, talks, lunch, refreshments, performance on Thursday AND either Friday OR Saturday performances)

Concessions

£60 (Full Pass only)

 

 

Students

£50 ( Full Pass Only)

Daily

£35 (Includes workshops, master classes,  key notes, talks, lunch, refreshments +1 evening performance)

Evening Performance Only

£10

£10

£10

Workshops Only

£7

£7

£7

*Individual workshops bookable on the day only on a first come, first served basis*

 The starting point of the central theme of the 3rd Re:generations conference is the realisation that dance practices that have significance today are grounded in histories of a range of dance forms and the histories of the dance practitioners and companies that have used and developed them.
The better we understand these histories, the more we are able to understand and foster the potential for future developments in African diasporic forms, as well as in forms like ballet and contemporary dance.

Presentation & Keynote
Hosted by Hakeem Onibudo, the conference will be delivered by The Association of Dance of the African Diaspora (ADAD), IRIE! dance theatre, De Montfort University and Pavilion Dance South West. The conference keynote address will be delivered by Zab Maboungou - Choreographer, Dancer, Director of Compagnie Danse Nyata Nyata and Sharon Watson - Artistic Director of Phoenix Dance Theatre.

For more info on ADAD’s work click here 

Bournemouth has plenty of hotels to choose from, please see below for choice list, they are all within about 10 min walk from the Pavilion dance South west where event is taking place.

 Travelodge Bournemouth Seafront

http://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/404/Bournemouth-Seafront-hotel

 Cliffside Hotel

http://www.cliffesidebournemouth.co.uk/

 Bourne Hall Hotel

http://www.bournehall.co.uk/

 Mount Stuart Hotel

http://www.mountstuarthotel.co.uk/

 Other hotels in the area include:

The Wessex Hotel

Cumberland Hotel

Suncliff Hotel

T: 01202 203630 (Monday to Saturday, 10am-5pm)
E: info@pdsw.org.uk