Katie Dale-Everett Dance creates to generate opportunity for choreography, the body and the digital to connect people, spaces, ideas and experiences in a world where we believe connection should be nurtured more. Artistic Director Katie has been supported by leading organisations and funders including Arts Council England, Studio Wayne McGregor through the QuestLab Network scheme and The Point through their Associate Artist scheme.
With digital interaction and communication increasingly infiltrating everything we do, the company work to explore how digital interaction relates to the body and mind, investigating how these two mediums can work together to bridge gaps in communication and connection, humanise technology, relook at and question ideas and to better understand how we relate to ourselves and others. At the heart of all the company does is a desire to bring the work we make to non-traditional performance and creative spaces, to both those who have already had experience of and those who have not yet of choreography and to ensure that the work is increasingly accessible. The company champion the idea that within the right environment, anyone can be creative and connect with others.
Have you ever wondered why someone might want to make artistic work?
Have you ever thought about what it might be like to be a dancer in a research and development process?
Do you ever wonder what other young people think of different approaches to choreographic work?
Katie Dale-Everett Dance Museum:
Katie Dale-Everett Dance in partnership with MÓTUS invite you to explore the company's practice from the comfort of your home. Find out what makes Artistic Director Katie tick, what her latest choreographic works are about, what other young people say about the company's work and even try out some tasks yourself.
How to use:
Click on the Virtual Museum icon and then use the arrows to explore!.