everyBODY dance is seeking four performers with physical or learning disabilities, sensory impairment or a mental health condition as lead artists in our 'Progress' project.
'Progress' is a participatory film and workshop project for disabled and non-disabled people of all ages, supported by The Heritage Lottery Fund and produced by everyBODY dance in collaboration with The George Marshall Medical Museum and The Infirmary Museum in Worcester.
The George Marshall Medical Museum and Infirmary Museum house some 8,000 exhibits that chronicle a rich medical history, telling the stories of medicine and health care, with particular reference to Worcester.
The performers are invited to work with the artistic team on a day-long tour and exploration of the museums and their collections, followed by creative response during a two day film shoot of improvised movement material.
3 days' work in total between 18th and 30th November 2015
The project takes place in a variety of spaces in Worcester city.
Fee Â£500 + travel, with accommodation provided.
'everyBODY dance aims to inspire create and explore great dance experiences for disabled and non-disabled people of all ages in unexpected spaces'.
Please send CV and covering letter to:
Rachel Freeman at http://email@example.com
Deadline 5pm, 21st September 2015.