Partnerships

We’re proud to work with lots of fantastic partners for many of our different projects, events and performances. You can read more about them here.

Partnerships

DEED

DEED is a Dorset & Hampshire based education charity committed to inspiring children and teachers to develop their understanding of global issues and cultural diversity.

Dorchester Arts

Host of weekly Parkinson’s Dance classes utilising the Parkinson’s Dance Science model authored by Hulbert & Hobbs, supported by PDSW.

Dorset County Council, Family Partnership Zone

The Family Partnership Zone at Dorset County Council are our lead partner for the Connected Minds: Dance programme - introducing us to their young people in Weymouth and spearheading this new project with us.

Dorset Mind

We’re really proud to have partnered with Dorset Mind and their Dorset Mind Your Head programme - in particular Connected Minds.

Dr Sophia Hulbert & Aimee Hobbs

Hulbert & Hobbs authored the fantastic Parkinsons’ Dance programme and continue to share their practise and this programme locally and nationally.

Forest Arts Centre

Host of weekly Parkinson’s Dance classes utilising the Parkinson’s Dance Science model authored by Hulbert & Hobbs, supported by PDSW.

Fuze8 Dance Company

Local dance company Fuze8 are a key collaborator - in particular curating and co-producing our first ever Bournemouth schools dance festival in 2020.

RIO

RIO, the Real Ideas Organisation are a valued partner - facilitating learning, strategic development and more recently, commissioning us via the Cultural Education Challenge.

Sherborne ArtsLink

Host of weekly Parkinson’s Dance classes utilising the Parkinson’s Dance Science model authored by Hulbert & Hobbs, supported by PDSW.

Tacchi Morris Arts Centre

Annual host of our professional development day for community dance artists who work within the fields of health & wellbeing.

The Arts Development Company

The Arts Development Company host Dorset Arts Together - a strategic network of arts organisations championing our work, influencing policy and collaborating on new projects.

Trinity College London

As an Arts Award Provider, Arts Mark Champion we are proud to be partners with the Trinity College London. And this year - even prouder to be a Trinity Champion Centre!

Wave

Alongside other arts organisations, festivals and schools we are a member of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole’s Cultural Hub - chaired by Wave.

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