Cheshire Dance In Partnership

Cheshire Dance works in partnership with a range of statutory, non-statutory and umbrella organisations. Our work is often highlighted in regional and national publications on arts & health, participation, rural arts, arts and criminal justice and professional development.

Cheshire Dance works in partnership. As a registered charity Cheshire Dance:-

Examples of partnership working include :-

COLLECT:Live
Another great performance project with Cheshire Dance, in partnership with DANarts, Brio Leisure and Mid Cheshire College. This time we took on the transition of the Northwich Memorial Hall as demolition and building of the new Memorial COurt Lifestyle Centre begins. On 2nd March 2013 between 5pm and 6pm, audiences witnessed nearly 100 performers promenade through Northwich Town Centre and culminate at the Memorial Hall. A documentary film of the Collect:Capture project is now available online including extracts from Cheshire Dance's Collect:Live performance. More Info...

The Moment When ...
A creative collaboration between Cheshire Dance and Walk the Plank. Supported by broader partnership working wih Local Authorities, Arts Council England, the Cultural Olympiad, Marketing Cheshire, Big Dance, Chester Racecourse, Orford Jubilee Park and Tatton Park.

The Moment When… culminates in three spectacular site-specific performances at three iconic outdoor locations in Cheshire and Warrington over the summer of 2012.

Up to nine hundred community dancers from the thousands engaged in The Moment When… will take part in these events, and will perform alongside professional dance artists and aerialists. With a newly commission musical score and spectacular pyrotechnics, each of these unique and exciting free-to-attend events will make this a year to remember in Cheshire and Warrington. ...More

confiDance
A dance support offer for primary, secondary, special and nursery education. ...More

“Was a fantastic process to be involved with, couldn't have done it without the support offered. The children had a fantastic time preparing and performing and it helped me to develop dance as an aspect of my teaching! Thanks!”
Abi Beddow, Winnington Park Primary School

Consortium for Participatory Arts Learning
A learning network for participatory arts in the north west CPAL, the Consortium for Participatory Arts Learning was established in 2005. It is a group of senior managers representing participatory arts organisations across the North West of England. CPAL's main remit is skills development for people who are currently working in or want to work in the participatory arts sector. It is also a network to share learning, unearth key issues and explore the development of the sector.

“My congratulations and thanks go to everyone at Cheshire Dance for their continuing first class work in Winsford and communities across the county. I shall stay close to Cheshire Dance and do what I can to secure and build support to sustain its future.”
Stephen O'Brien, MP for Eddisbury


 

Local Authorities

Cheshire East Council
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk
0300 123 5500

Cheshire West and Chester Council
www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk
0300 123 8123

 

North West

Merseyside Dance Initiative
www.merseysidedance.co.uk
0151 708 881 :: Liverpool

Dance Initiative Greater Manchester
www.digm.org
0161 232 7179 :: Manchester

Ludus Dance
www.ludusdance.org
01524 35936 :: Lancaster

Dance in Cumbria
www.cumbria-artefacts.org.uk
01931 715546 :: Penrith

Consortium for Participatory Arts Learning (North West)
www.cpal.info


National

Arts Council England
www.artscouncil.org.uk
0300 123 8123

Foundation for Community Dance
www.communitydance.org.uk
0116 253 3453 :: Leicester

Youth Dance England
www.yde.org.uk
0207 940 9800 :: London

Dance UK
www.danceuk.org
0207 713 0730 :: London


Links

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