Project Volume

19.01.2011 : Kayleigh Hellin

DANCERS CREATE THEIR OWN CHOREOGRAPHY IN RESPONSE TO EXHIBITION

Modern Art Oxford hosts a residency for artists and dancers to exchange their physical
and visual vocabularies in response to the current sculptural exhibition, Thomas
Houseago: What Went Down

Project Volume. Frances Weir, photography by Judie Waldmann

Project Volume. Frances Weir, photography by Judie Waldmann


Led by Susan Norwood, Artistic Director of Project Volume, this residency from Monday 31 January to Friday 4 February will culminate in dancers creating their own choreography.

The resulting work, Intonation, will be performed at the Gallery on Friday 4 February at 1pm, 3pm, 5.30pm and 6.30pm. Free, booking essential on 01865 813800.
 
Intonation takes its title from the promotion of the voice of artists and dancers with learning disabilities by Project Volume as central to its core. Funded by Arts Council England, this project aims to nurture emerging and professional artists and dancers with learning disabilities.

For more information of Intonation please visit our what's on page here.

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