Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine - All About the Knee

Date Sat 4 October 2014
Location Manchester

The ACPSEM Autumn Study Day in Manchester comprises of talks focusing on the knee as well as practical demonstrations. There will also be an opportunity to ask the panel questions.

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Agile Fundraising: Asking for Money

Date Mon 6 October 2014
Location London

As part of Dance UK’s Business of Dance training programme, Agile Fundraising is a new programme designed to unmask techniques to attract individual donors and help you become more confident in raising funds.

Asking for Money is led by Bernard Ross, an internationally recognised management consultant and author and a director of =mc who was voted as the most inspiring speaker in the USA by Fundraising Success magazine.

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IADMS Musculoskeletal Medicine Day

Date Sun 19 October 2014
Location Basel, Switzerland

Attend the IADMS Musculoskeletal Medicine Day, Sunday, October 19, 2014 in Basel, Switzerland -- a series of in-depth lectures by experts on selected topics of current interest in dance medicine.

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Body Politic (c) Foteini Christofilopoulou Concept by Emma GladstoneBODY POLITIC

Date Sat 25 October 2014
Location THE CULTURAL INSTITUTE AT KING’S COLLEGE LONDON AND ONLINE

Presented by Dance Umbrella with Dance UK, in partnership with the Cultural Institute at King’s College, London and BAM, New York. Body Politic is a new Dance Umbrella strand of discussions and debates focussing on key cultural issues affecting dance and performance.

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Elmhurst dancers (left to right) Madeline Bantick, Felecity McGee, Julia Vargas Gil, Michaela Clarke, Georgia Giboin, Eri Nishibara & Nastazia Philippou. Photography by Tim CrossLaunch Birmingham

Date Thu 6 November 2014
Location Elmhurst School for Dance, 249 Bristol Rd, Birmingham, West Midlands B5 7UH

Donʼt miss out on Launch, the annual professional development and networking
day designed especially to help dance students and recent graduates starting
out in their careers.

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Re: Generations - Re: Generations - Rethinking the past to reimagine the future

Date Thu 6 November 2014
Location Bournemouth

Following the highly successful 2012 conference Re: Generations - The Next Generation: Mapping new futures in dance of the African Diaspora the organising team is excited to announce Re: Generations - Rethinking the past to reimagine the future.

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Teacher Refresh: Imagery

Date Sun 9 November 2014
Location Swindon Dance, Regent Circus, Swindon SN1 1QF

Teacher Refresh, organised by Dance UK in partnership with the National Dance Teacher’s Association (NDTA) and The Dance Register, provides professional development and networking afternoons for dance teachers.

The next Teacher Refresh event is on Sunday 9 November, 2-5pm at Swindon Dance. The theme is imagery and how teachers can use it to help students improve technique, creativity and movement quality.

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Agile Fundraising: Cultivation and Fundraising Events to Build Relationships

Date Tue 11 November 2014
Location Birmingham

As part of Dance UK’s Business of Dance training programme, Agile Fundraising is a new programme designed to unmask techniques to attract individual donors and help you become more confident in raising funds.

The Cultivation and Fundraising Events to Build Relationships with Donors session is led by Geoff Sweeney, Director of Development for Birmingham Royal Ballet.

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A fundraising concert for the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine

Date Sat 15 November 2014
Location The Guy’s Chapel, King’s College, London

Commemorating the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, London’s prize-winning Pegasus Choir presents For the Fallen, an evening of music and poetry written during the first world war and in response to it.

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Agile Fundraising: Fit for Purpose - Effective Customer Relationship Management

Date Tue 20 January 2015
Location Brighton

As part of Dance UK’s Business of Dance training programme, Agile Fundraising is a new programme designed to unmask techniques to attract individual donors and help you become more confident in raising funds.

Fit for Purpose - Effective Customer Relationship Management is led by John Nicholls, founder of Arts Quarter with over 25 years’ experience working within the arts, charitable communities and creative industries in the UK and abroad.

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Agile Fundraising: Planning for Fundraising Success led by Michael Kaiser

Date Tue 24 February 2015
Location Birmingham

The Cycle – Planning for Fundraising Success led by Michael Kaiser, president of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C..and former CEO of the Royal Opera House. Guest panel member is Caroline Miller, Director of Dance UK.

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