GROUNDSPACE BONANZA

This December, in partnership with Chapter, Groundwork invite dancers, movers and makers to come together for a week of open space, co-working and sharing of practice.

December 9th – 13th 

Open shared space will be available in the Stiwdio Seligman every day:
Monday 9am – 4pm
Tuesday 9am – 9pm
Wednesday 11.30am – 9pm
Thursday 11.30am – 9pm
Friday 11.30am – 9pm

For one whole week we are offering free space for EVERYONE. You can come and dance spontaneously, sharing the space with other artists, or you can book space of your own.

At the end of the week there will be an optional, informal sharing where you can share your ideas and get feedback from colleagues, followed by our annual Christmas party for freelancers in the dance sector.

This will be Groundwork’s first SCRATCH sharing and will take place:
Saturday 14th at 2.30pm in the Stiwdio Seligman.
It’s open to artists, industry professionals and the public if you wish to invite anyone. However we see this as a super informal way to share your ideas. We’ll follow this with Christmas drinks. It is proceeded by our Surffio Artist’s meeting.

Bookable private space will be available in the Llofft:*
You can book one of three slots per day – **these slots have now been allocated
9am-1pm
1pm-5pm
5pm-9pm

*If you have access requirements that make using the Llofft upstairs difficult please let us know and we can arrange use of the Stiwdio Seligmen.

Groundspace Bonanza Booking request form – ***deadline has now passed

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