We are delighted to share that we have been chosen to receive Arts Council England Emergency Response funding during these unprecedented times. A huge thank you to Art Council England National and South East for their support, made possible thanks to National Lottery funding. We will be releasing more information
Katie Dale-Everett Dance is supported by Arts Council England National Lottery funding and by Studio Wayne McGregor through the Questlab Network Programme to begin early-stage research into a new project entitled Empa. Born the year the internet became publicly available and living within an increasingly technological society, Artistic Director Katie
We are looking for a Creative Technologist to join the team for our latest project. Must be available to work in London on the following dates: 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th & 15th of November 2019, 10am to 6pm. Must be able to provide their own VR ready desktop/laptop. Must be
KDE Dance are pleased to announce that we have been supported by Arts Council England National Lottery funding to carry out a research and development project this Autumn in collaboration with technologists, schools and our local community. Keep in touch to stay up to date on how the project develops!
We are delighted to share that we are continuing to be supported by Studio Wayne McGregor who have granted the company seed funding towards a new project combining dance and technology. We will be using this funding to begin research on the following question in Autumn 2019: By utilising technology
We are pleased to announce that we have been selected by Mótus as 1 of 10 acclaimed UK choreographers to make two new works on schools in Milton Keynes in June/July 2019 culminating in a special evening celebrating the creative voice of our young people.
We are over the moon to have been selected as one of Studio Wayne McGregor’s QuestLab Network artists. QuestLab Network is our three-year artist development initiative, funded by Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence to create a new network of dance artists, developers, technologists and commercial organisations, leading to the development
Artistic Director Katie Dale-Everett has been appointed Brighton Dance Network‘s Producer! She is currently developing an exciting project for 2019 which will help see the network expand it’s reach and deliver new activity. Brighton Dance Network is an open network of dancers, choreographers, teachers and creative producers who create opportunities
Katie Dale-Everett Dance have just received an Arts Council England Project Grant to research and develop three sections of a new work ‘Virtual You’ alongside the support of multiple partners. The work explores relevant and vital themes around online safety and is being made for 11-16 years, teachers, parents, schools, youth centres
Stepping into new territories is always a nerve racking thing to do and having the opportunity to have two mentoring sessions working with Justine Reeve a dance artist who has extensive experience working in educational settings, developing and devising dance resources and curriculums and producing dance works on and for