Dance Artist Support Programme
During this one year programme, graduates and early career dancers will perform alongside Loop professionals, gain teaching experience, organise projects and gain the skills needed to become a professional dance artist.
We are really excited to have welcomed our new recruits – it’s going to be a great year!
Are you interested in hearing more about our Dance Artist Support Programme? Come along to an Open Morning and see if this is for you!
Open Mornings on 25th May and 1st &8th June 2017 at the Brook Theatre in Chatham, ME4 4SE.
Let us know you are coming along by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
11am – 1pm – Participate in Class for FREE
1pm – 2pm Tea and Chats with current DASP and the team to ask any questions you may have.
Ports that Pass – Thank you
Wow what a project! We would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You to Arts Council England and Israeli Embassy for supporting the project and to our collaborators Na’ama Zisser, Amit Baruch and Jordan Mary. We were delighted to welcome guest dancers Paolo Pisarro and Aaron Smith, and would like to thank them and the other Loop Dancers Nina, Harriet and Daisy, for their wonderful performance. And finally, thank you to our amazing Choreographer, Sivan Rubinstein.
It’s not all over yet..
We are offering workshop opportunities as part of the Ports That Pass Project!
Loop are offering local Secondary Schools the opportunity to take part in
Ports That Pass dance workshops lead by the professional company dancers – click here to find out more.