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|Scholarship Winners: Where they are now
See the Award Winners page for 2016 – 2017 winners
Europe; North America; South & Central America; Africa; Asia; Australasia
Vertical Dance with Aeriosa in Vancouver
Lindsey Butcher travelled to Canada to undertake peer exchange in vertical dance with Julia Taffe, Artistic Director of Aeriosa.
More about Lindsey Butcher‘s scholarship.
Residency with OMI International Dance Collective in Ghent, USA
Neus Gil Cortes travelled to Ghent as part of her development from professional dancer to choreographer.
More about Neus Gil Cortes‘ scholarship.
‘Findhorn Community with Deborah Hay’
Evangelia Kolyra travelled to Findhorn, Scotland to participate in a research week with US choreographer Deborah Hay.
“Working with Deborah Hay is almost like having an insight of the history of the generations of dance she went through. Since there are a lot written about Hay’s work, I would like to use this report only to offer my personal response to working with her.”
“The trip was an excellent opportunity to broaden my horizons both professionally and personally by meeting, dancing and spending time with a number of dance practitioners of varied international background and experience. Being in the studio with experienced performers informed my movement and helped me to understand the full potential of this practice.”
More about Evangelia Kolyra‘s scholarship
‘Professional Development in Tokyo, Japan’
Hakan Redjep travelled to Japan to undertake a self-directed programme of professional development in collaboration with Minori Nagai, MUSE dance company and Tokyo and Seiko Universities.
“As a London-based dance practitioner, I often find myself navigating the tricky terrain which exists between being a freelance choreographer, community artist and visiting lecturer at several dance institutions. In order to better supplement this cyclic, UK-centric work format, I regularly look to international projects to add momentum, substance and perspective to my broad-ranging research interests and studio-based practices.”
More about Hakan Redjep‘s scholarship
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