Landscape dance residency, led by Rosemary Lee
for professional choreographers.
The Island of Portland, Dorset, September 16-17-18 inclusive
Part of the Inside Out Dorset Festival, Associate Programme, produced by Activate Performing Arts
About Inside Out Dorset Festival
Since 2005 the Inside Out Dorset Festival has presented high quality, large-scale, outdoor arts events to more than 100,000 people. Inside Out Dorset brings together incredible artistic work and combines it with beautiful, inspiring, Dorset locations. It is a wholly managed project of Activate Performing Arts and is guided by an advisory group of Dorset arts promoters and learning organisations, founded by Dorset Theatre Promoters Consortium in 2001. It is core funded by Arts Council England as part of Activate Performing Arts being a National Portfolio Organisation. The co-Artistic Directors are Kate Wood and Bill Gee.
Rosemary is a choreographer, performer and director. Over the past 25 years, she has created works that are resonant with humanity whether it be her live performances, which are often site specific and involve a cross-section of the community (both professional and non professional dancers), or her short dance films. Much of her previous work explores our relationship with our environment, fusing rural contexts, backdrops and soundscapes in her films, installations and her theatre and large-scale live performances.
“Evanescent. The result was complete, unselfconscious magic. Beautifully realised and transporting.”
Donald Hutera, Arts Correspondent, The Times, on Common Dance and Square Dances