POSTPONED Seminar 1: Making Dance Work!


Due to unforeseen circumstances, this seminar has been postponed. We will update this page with a new date and time for the seminar when this has been confirmed.

Making dance work!
Knowing your Practice/Articulating your aims and objectives

Hosted by Dr. Joseph Mercier
Choreographer, Performance Maker and Lecturer at Northern School of Contemporary Dance

Tuesday 29 June, 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Location: Online & Yorkshire Dance

How do you communicate to audiences and other creative professionals what you do? The first of Leeds Dance Partnership’s Making Dance Work seminars takes an honest look at getting your message out there, adapting it to different audiences and recognising how to best promote your work.

Our speakers for this evening are Gary Clarke, from Gary Clarke Company and Julia White, Marketing and Communications specialist at Yorkshire Dance, both of whom have insights to share on how best to communicate your work to your audiences.

Event timetable

6.30pm – 7.15pm: First seminar drinks and social (Yorkshire Dance only)

7.30pm – 9pm: Speakers talks & Q&A with audience

9pm – 9.30pm: An opportunity to network with each other and discuss topics further with guest speakers. (Yorkshire Dance only)

Places are limited

To book your place for the in-person event at Yorkshire Dance: Book here

To book your place for the online event: Book here

Find out more about the Making Dance Work series.

The in-person event will take place within current Covid-19 guidelines. You will be required to wear a face covering (unless exempt) and practice social distancing. You will also be asked to sign into the venue with the NHS Track and Trace app or leave your details. Please do not attend if you have Covid-19 symptoms or are waiting for the results of a Covid-19 test.