As I swim my way clumsily through the afterwards of performing in Stefan Jovanovic' Wild Card at Sadlers Wells (6-8 June), I thought to post the words that I wrote and spoke in this work ... with a few photographed moments that were captured in the dress run by Camilla Greenwell; Sometimes it is a … Continue reading Constellations … the afterwards
I'm pleased to be able to publicise this link to Siobhan Davies Dance' sound cloud where you can listen to the evening of readings and doings that formed my final Torchlight event on 16 March. I hope you enjoy listening. https://soundcloud.com/siobhandavies/subject-to-change-a-less-resilient-way-with-katye-coe-sat-16-mar-2019
I am really excited that this 2 day workshop will be the first Research Space at Independent Dance. Here is a description from Independent Dance's website and links to book; How does the dancer speak? A Research Space led by me, Katye Coe With a strong belief that dancing matters and can speak boldly into … Continue reading How does the dancer speak?
Here is the text for the event next weekend .... Follow this link for further details and to book Katye’s Subject to Change Subject to Change; a Less Resilient Way, curated by Torchlight Artist Katye Coe Join dancer Katye Coe as she gathers her ongoing Torchlight research into a series of readings and conversations. The … Continue reading Subject to Change 16 March
The next in my series of Torchlight events has been announced today ... and I am looking forward to bringing all that has been bubbling into one evening ... hope you can join us. https://www.siobhandavies.com/whats-on/performance/subject-change-less-resilient-way/
A December Open Class at Dance4 this Thursday at 10.00am.Because dancing matters. Follow the link to book a place.
In preparing for Sunday’s Torchlight event, I have been thinking about big changes. And small ones. At the last Torchlight event people shared their own experiences of the vibrant but messy time after a performance. I noticed that it is when I get space and time to be in the mess that I’m able to … Continue reading changing, again and again and again