Join us for an informative online event as we introduce dance artists to the vibrant world of rural touring! Hear from our panel of inspiring and knowledgeable speakers including artists, Creative Arts East, and DanceEast, chaired by the Rural Touring Dance Initiative (RTDI).
During this event, you will delve into the unique opportunities that rural touring holds for dance artists. Hear first hand experiences and success stories from a renowned touring artist who has captivated rural audiences with their mesmerizing performances. Creative Arts East and RTDI, driving forces behind rural arts experiences, will take you on a virtual journey through their successful collaborations with dance artists and the impact of dance on rural communities and audiences. You will gain valuable insights into the intricacies and joys of rural touring and learn how to engage and connect with diverse communities through the language of dance.
The session will conclude with an opportunity for questions and additional information on the Rural Touring Dance Initiative Call Out and how you can apply to be part of the project for 2024/25.
Unsure if this is for you? You can find out more about RTDI and how the project works here.
Register now for this free online event here.
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