The Dance UK office will be closed over the Christmas break from 23 December to 4 January. From the whole team here, we wish you a very happy festive season.
Dance UK's industry wide conference
The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations
will take place in London on 9 - 12 April 2015
This month it's all about...
Looking for that unique, special and very stylish gift?
Why not purchase one of our Limited Edition coffee mugs, especially designed by Tamara Rojo – a perfect gift for the ballet enthusiast in your life or as a little treat for yourself.
Our new mug features a simple, stylised self-portrait designed by Tamara and includes her signature. Tamara generously donated her design to Dance UK to help us raise funds for our vital work that enable dancers to progress their careers, stay healthy and keep dancing.
Treat yourself, your friends and your loved ones to a special gift and at the same time, enjoy the pleasure of supporting a good cause in aid of dance.
To receive your mug for Christmas orders must be received by 10th December and will be shipped via First Class delivery (within the UK).
In the meantime...
PERFORMANCE OPTIMISATION PACKAGE (POP) MEMBERSHIP
Dance UK has just launched an exciting new membership package. It includes everything normally included in Dance UK membership plus two additional elements specifically designed to help dancers maintain health, fitness and optimum performance.
The package has been designed to complement the existing specialist healthcare available at National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science (NIDMS) NHS clinics and will be invaluable for dance artists working independently or without comprehensive in-house health provision. Any individual dancer, teacher or choreographer can take out the package; companies and schools may also wish to add it to their existing offering for dancers.
Lobby, champion, advocate, develop, nurture, inform, guide
Dance UK works on behalf of its members and the wider dance sector to:
- Lobby politicians and funders.
- Champion healthier dancers and a healthier dance economy.
- Advocate for the increased profile of dance in all its diverse and dynamic forms.
- Develop and facilitate networks for the profession.
- Nurture and encourage career development.
- Provide information and guidance for the public and professionals.
Find out more about Dance UK's ongoing work and how you can get involved by downloading the below information pack:
Dance UK moved into shared offices with Youth Dance England, National Dance Teachers Association and Association of Dance of the African Diaspora in August to continue collaboratively working together. We have used storage supported by Henfield Storage