We invite dance, street and circus artists to take part in workshops and conversations that explore the practice, creation and presentation of work in outdoor spaces and the democratic nature of Street Arts, with a particular focus on opportunities for outdoor creation in the reopened sector.
Dramaturgy Workshop with Lou Cope
Thursday 17 June, 11-1pm via Zoom
Dramaturg Lou Cope leads this workshop that explores the difference between making work for indoor and outdoor contexts, and asks questions around how, why, where, with whom and for whom we might do so.
This is an interactive session for artists practicing in the field of dance, circus and street arts.
Lou Cope is a UK-based dance & theatre dramaturg and facilitator who has worked across the UK, Europe and in the Middle East. As well as working with artists, Lou dramaturgs organisations, is Dramaturg in Residence at South East Dance and founder of CoAD – The Centre of Applied Dramaturgy.
Recent/current artistic collaborations include: Australian Dance Theatre; Aakash Odedra on the Amnesty International Freedom of Speech & ACTA Award-winning #JeSuis; English National Ballet; Birmingham Royal Ballet; Gary Clarke on The Troth– winner of Herald Angel and Lustrum Awards, and COAL – UK Theatre & Critics Choice awards, and the forthcoming Wasteland; Jose Agudo; Stopgap Dance; Rhiannon Faith; & Hagit Yakira.
Past collaborations include: Phoenix Dance Theatre; Scottish Dance Theatre; les ballets c de la b; Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Damien Jalet on the double Olivier Award winning Babel (words) designed by Antony Gormley; & Cherkaoui and Gormley’s Sutra.
Lou is also a published writer, a workshop leader, and a podcast host.
How to register
Dance Meets Street is supported by Wexford County Council.