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DELVE17: Dublin Dance Festival - Participants announced!

DELVE17: Dublin Dance Festival - Participants announced!

Congrats to our member Ria Murphy and Severine de Maleingrau! They have been selected to take part in our #DELVE17 programme at Dublin Dance Festival this May! They will Discover, Explore, Learn Visualise and Engage with the artists and other ISACS members at the following events:
Hip Hop battle Sunday 21st May
Fast Track Programme on Sat 27 & Sun 28th May

Our two Delvers will be attending the events and sharing their experiences and learning’s with you.
We will be retweeting and reposting what’s happening live at the events on:

- Facebook (Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network @ISACSNetwork),
- Twitter (@ISACSIreland),
- Instagram (@ISACSIreland).

Keep an eye for our hashtags #DELVE17 and #DDF2017 in this weekend and next week. You will be able to read their feedback afterwards on the DELVE page of our website!


What's on at Dublin Dance Festival 2017?

Dublin Dance Festival is the leading dance event on the Irish arts calendar. Each year in May, the Festival brings together dance artists and choreographers from across the world to share vibrant contemporary dance with audiences in Ireland.
The festival starts on the 18th and has a very exciting programme. Watch the Dublin Dance Festival trailer here.

ISACS is delighted to be partnering with Dublin Dance Festival to offer a DELVE programme to its artists for the second year in a row.

Full details on #Delve17 at Dublin Dance Festival here.



Who are the Delvers?

Ria Murphy of Aerial Cirque | www.aerialcirque.com

Aerial Cirque is an aerial and acrobatic performance company, creating indoor and street art work for events of all types based in the heart of Dublin City Centre. They also hold popular on-going classes for all ages at their Dublin City Centre studio at 10 Exchequer St, D2.

Ria Murphy is an aerialist and acrobat, is the creative director and founder of Aerial Cirque. She is focused on nourishing the development of professional and budding artists alike, along with the progression of the industry and recognition of the community within Ireland. Prior to running a school in Dublin, Ria picked up her business acumen and follow through while working as an international TV producer in London and California. She has performed as aerialist throughout Japan, Mexico, Costa Rica, the US, the UK, and Ireland and continues to create and produce shows for festivals, theatre, and high end corporate events with Aerial Cirque.






Severine de Maleingrau of Sevesfeathers 

Seve is a Dublin-based hand-balancer (performer and teacher) with a MA in Literature and Theatre, passionate about movement research, artistic expression and embodiment through movement across art forms and through live performances and photography.

In September 2016, she started teaching handstand courses and workshops in Dublin. Her two most recent artistic achievements involve performing hand-balancing, aerial and acrobatics for Dublin Circus Project's Halloween Cabaret 2016, "Poe" (aerial rope and Chinese pole acts), and creating her first original solo hand-balancing act, "Unguarded", as part of her personal exploratory movement research. "Unguarded" was successfully debuted in December 2016 in Dublin Circus Project's Christmas Cabaret and performed for a Clowns Without Borders Cabaret Show on January 18th, 2017.








What's the DELVE programme?

DELVE is a GO-SEE professional development programme supported by Arts Council Ireland, launched in 2016, to support ISACS members to get out, see and learn about street, circus and performance arts happening all around Ireland. The programme involves going to various festivals, seeing and observing work from the street, circus and spectacle sectors, meeting the artists, the crew and discovering new ideas, inspiration and delving into these art forms with fresh eyes!

The aim of DELVE is to encourage dialogue and discussion around a variety of arts forms in Ireland, and to offer critical discussion and analysis and dynamic practices. Participants are encouraged to submit feedback from the events which can be read on our website here.


This year ISACS have partnered with Dublin Dance Fest – 18 – 28th May, Cork Midsummer – 16 –18th June – Programm, Waterford Spraoi – 4- 6th August, NCFI, Tralee – 10 – 12th November.


The next #DELVE17 programme is at Cork Midsummer – 16 – 18th June 



To register for the next #Delve17, simply contact info@isacs.ie saying that you want to be part of ‘DELVE17’
More details on the application requirements here.

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