KATIE DALE-EVERETT DANCE COMPANY create work and outreach opportunities that encourage people of all generations to:
- Think about the impact of our increasingly digitalised society on their perceptions, interaction, control, identity and Right to be Forgotten.
- Engage with cross-genre dance works by watching work and participating in outreach opportunities.
- Learn new skills in professional dance practice and to develop a better understanding of the realities of being an artist.
- Collaborate on projects that involve dance.
- Witness dance performance in areas that are not toured to as often.
- Received Arts Council England funding to further develop my work as a cross-genre digital dance artist.
- Became supported by the South East Dance Emerging Artist Programme.
- Received a Random Act Ignition Network Commission to create Digital Tattoo: Artefact 1, a random act that was acquired by Channel Four.
- Became a Brighton Dance Network Featured Artist and made audio interactive work Conversations About the Digital.
- Delivered a range of ourtreach work to digital immigrants (those bon before the wide spread boom of technolgy) and Digital Native (born after).
WHAT YOU WILL BE SUPPORTING:
- Pay artists for their work,
- Cover the cost of accommodation, costumes and travel,
- Enable more people to participate and engage in dance activities reaching over 400 participants and 1000 audiences throughout this project.
Creating this work is expensive. To give you an idea:
- The artist fee for 1 dancer for touring to 9 venues will cost £1100.
- Accommodation costs for activiites happening over 40 miles from the Seaford will cost £1049.
I am particularly excited by the way her recent show 'Digital Tattoo' spoke to the 14-24 year age group. In my experience, it isn't often the case that this group of young people get specifically addressed by such sophisticated and accomplished choreography. Her fine intuitive choreographic eye makes her an artist to watch out for in the months and years to come.”
Lou Cope, November 2015
“A must see for anyone who has any sort of web presence or social medial profile.”
Cassy Fry, November 2015
“The workshop was interesting and different to what I have experienced before.”
(October 2015) Three Score Dance Company Member)
HOW TO SUPPORT:
If you would like to make a finacial donation, first of all thankyou!
Please see a list of levels of giving below and the type of engagment prize on offer as a thank you.
Please also share our campaign on your social media and with anyone you think who might like to support the project.
Photography by Eleanor Kelly & Katie Dale-Everett