Independent Dance (ID) is an artist-led organisation providing a responsive framework to support, sustain and stimulate dance artists in their ongoing development as professionals.
It provides a specialist and coherent programme offering opportunities to learn, deepen enquiry, share practice and exchange ideas as part of an interdependent international community.
The classes and workshops at the core of the programme, led by internationally renowned artists, place a particular focus on movement exploration as a source for performance, improvisation and composition. Please visit the Classes page for our current programme.
MA Open Day
23 April 2015
Run by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Independent Dance and Siobhan Davies Dance, the MA Creative Practice (Dance Professional Practice Pathway) allows the experienced, creative individual to develop and promote their voice in a supportive environment and tailor their experience towards their interests and career intentions.
On 23 April potential candidates are invited to experience taking class in the building and meet with course alumni, current students and staff.
Please sign up to our e-mailing list for further information about the day, and click here to learn more about the course.
Placement and Releasing
with Ursula Stricker and Gaby Agis
7 – 8 March 2015
Swiss practitioner Ursula Stricker and UK artist Gaby Agis lead a workshop drawing on Skinner Releasing Technique and Ideokinesis.
Ursula and Gaby both place the image and the imagination at the centre of their teaching; this workshop will provide a unique space for participants to deepen their creative practice.
For further information please click here.
To book, please call 020 7091 9650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
28 – 29 March 2015
Independent Dance, in partnership with Siobhan Davies Dance, will be hosting the first UK-based Performing Arts Forum (PAF) in London.
PAF, based in St Erme, northern France, was set up by Jan Ritsema in 2006, as a place of self-organised exchange and study. It is open for anyone working in the performing arts, visual arts, literature, new media and internet, theory and cultural production and science.
Read more about the PAF weekend here.