A practical Zoom session with Lea Anderson
Founder of the all fe/male dance groups The Cholmondeleys and The Featherstonehaughs in the 1980s, Lea Anderson remains a pioneer of the UK dance scene. Fast forward to 2020 and Lea has been experimenting with creative projects made for, and using, Zoom.
Fresh from critical acclaim for her online project ‘Elvis Legs’, join Lea as she discusses her methodologies and asks the question- How is it possible to make a duet when you are not in the same location as your partner? This is a practical session for dance artists with enthusiasm and curiosity, interested in problem solving. You may never see Zoom the same way again…
For professional artists.
Zoom links and information will be emailed in advance.
We have some resources for BSL sign interpretation which is available on request.
Please book your ticket no later than 1 October in order to request this service and we will be in touch with you to discuss your access requirements.
For booking and information on the whole programme for the Dance and Tech Forum click here:
Music: Dan Hayes (original music from (in)Dignity of Labour)
Clips: (in)Dignity of Labour, Strange Creatures are makeAMPLIFY and Museums in Motion and TAG are makeAMPLIFY with BEEE Creative