• Rosalind Crisp

    Rosalind Crisp is one of Australia’s foremost dance artists. She founded the Omeo Dance studio – home to experimental dance in Sydney (1996-2004). Invited to Paris in 2003, she became the first choreographic associate of Atelier de Paris-Carolyn Carlson (2004-2012). In 2015 the French Ministry of Culture awarded her a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et…

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  • Rosemary Lee

    Known for working in a variety of contexts and media, Rosemary has created large-scale site-specific works with cross-generational casts, solos for herself and other performers as well as video installations and short films. Her work is characterised by an interest in creating a moving portraiture of both individuals and of the close performing communities she…

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  • Sean Feldman

    Graduating from London Contemporary Dance School in 1986 Sean went on to perform with many companies including London Festival Ballet, Rambert Dance Company, Siobhan Davies and Scottish Dance Theatre. Sean also traveled widely as a freelance dancer working in New Zealand, Canada, Norway and America. Throughout his performance career Sean followed an interest in uncovering…

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  • Seke Chimutengwende

    Seke Chimutengwende works in dance as a performer, choreographer and teacher. He has performed with companies such as DV8 Physical Theatre, Lost Dog and Fabulous Beast and in gallery based works by Trisha Brown and Tino Sehgal as well as with numerous independent choreographers.  For his own company Seke Chimutengwende & Friends, he has choreographed…

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  • Shakeera Ahmun

    ‘After years of drifting in and out of my passion for movement, I began to show a keen interest in choreography during my third year of dance training; where I also graduated from the London Contemporary dance school in 2014. This is where I had the opportunity to both perform and choreograph many student works.…

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  • Simon Whitehead

    Simon Whitehead is a movement artist working widely. He has lived and worked in rural Wales for over 25 years, initially on the Llyn Penninsula and more recently in north Pembrokeshire. He is interested in the reciprocal and entangled relationships between our bodies, materials and the environments we inhabit. His works respond to circumstance though…

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  • Thania Acaron

    Thania is a choreographer, performer, educator and dance artist from Puerto Rico, currently residing in the UK after New York and Buenos Aires. Thania completed her PhD thesis on the connection between dance and violence prevention at the University of Aberdeen. She has an MA in Dance Education (New York University) and is a certified…

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  • Theo Clinkard

    UK based choreographer, dancer and stage designer, Theo Clinkard trained at The Rambert School and spent 20 years performing with many of the UK’s most celebrated dance makers. Since launching his own company in 2012, he has swiftly built an international reputation for creating compelling and visually arresting works that explore the communicative potential of…

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  • Tim Casson

    Originally from North Yorkshire, Tim has performed and taught extensively for Jasmin Vardimon, founding their ‘JV2’ Professional Development Certificate. He has also performed for Nigel Charnock, Katie Green and Ben Wright. Tim regularly leads education projects for a wide range of dance organisations, including Sadler’s Wells where he worked extensively with the National Youth Dance…

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  • Zoë Solomons

    Zoë is a dancer/mother/teacher/Osteopath. Zoë qualified to teach Axis Syllabus universal motion principles in 2008 and has since taught at major dance centres and schools across the U.K. and internationally. Her eclectic training in medicine and bodywork, and a dance background including improvisation, tango, folkdance and contemporary inform her embodied approach to functional movement pedagogy.…

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Artist Surgery Friday 12 July

Zosia Jo will be on available on Friday July 12th, 11am – 1.30pm, after class with Laila Diallo. Do you have a question about our program? Do you want to have an informal chat about what we offer or how you can benefit? Or would you like advice on funding, management or artist development issues?…

LAB Sharing at NDCWales

Week one – Friday 28th June at 3.00pm
Week two – Friday 5th July at 3.00pm.

SEEDS Residency 2018 -Shakeera Ahmun

Groundwork offer paid residencies for Welsh dance artists or those who are based in or have a strong connection with Wales through their work. In December 2018 Shakeera Ahmun, was one of our residency artists at Chapter. ‘My diverse upbringing has strongly influenced me to explore a sense of community and bond, through movement and…

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