Announcing the artists who are receiving our Seeds Dispersed grants to research and create projects remotely
Groundwork have allocated the remaining budget for this program to allowing dance artists in Wales to keep making and creating. We had a huge number of wonderful applications and wished we had budget to fund many more. These are the selected projects…



Photo Eeva-Maria Mutka

Eeva-Maria Mutka – Penpynfarch, Llandysul 

She walks this path every day… A project exploring the interweaving of body and the physical terrain of home in the unprecedented time of a global pandemic. Findings unearthed, inside and out melding. Movement, performance and visual art.

Eeva will be mentored by sculpture artist Mandy Lane





Photo Emily Robinson Dance

Emily Robinson – Port Talbot

I am fascinated as I watch my father nurturing and caring for his plants in the way in which a mother would care for her young. Feeding, watering and protecting them in a way that is often seen as the ‘motherly’ way to be. In watching him during this time of rebirth and resilience in our community and country, I wish too to be cared for; to be covered in soil, watered and given sunlight to strengthen my roots. To stay in one spot and yet still feel the high and freedom of growing and rising to the sky.
Emily will be mentored by dance artist Kimberley Harvey





Photo Kitsch & Sync Collective

Kitsch’N’Sync Collective – Cardiff

The Pink Tax Maxi Muffs

“We have wanted to make work with more of a feminist edge for some time now, it’s always been in our work but never at the forefront. We want to create highly visual characters that entertain and educate about gender inequality and the ‘phenomenon’ of the Pink-Tax.”

Kim & Kylie will be mentored by choreographer Lea Anderson 

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