The UK’s new Industry lead body for Dance
(formed from the merger in April 2016 of
the Association of Dance of the African Diaspora, Dance UK, National Dance Teachers Association and Youth Dance England)
This is an exceptional opportunity to shape a new high profile organisation and to drive its work forward. The Company will be launched in April 2016 as a membership organisation which will support, develop, promote and advocate for all sectors of dance in the UK. The merger will create synergies and open new opportunities to be exploited. One such opportunity will be to relocate from London to the Midlands or North of England and the appointee will play a key role in bringing this about.
Appointment of Sue Wyatt as Chair Designate of new dance support organisation
ADAD (Association of Dance of the African Diaspora), Dance UK, NDTA (National Dance Teachers Association) and YDE (Youth Dance England) today announce the appointment of Sue Wyatt as Chair Designate of a major new dance organisation that will succeed the current four partners in April 2016. Read more
The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations
Industry-Wide Conference for Dance
Thank you to everyone who attended The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations, or followed along online. We're glad to have provided a platform for critical discussions about the future of the dance industry in the UK.
We collected a wealth of information and feedback during the conference that will feed into Dance UK's five-year strategy for dance, which will be published later this year. Stay tuned for more information!
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 2014 to continue collaboratively working together. We have used storage supported by Henfield Storage