Animated is a community dance magazine, published by People Dancing. Written by dance artists and dance/arts professionals, it reflects community dance culture in the UK and beyond. Animated encourages debate, dialogue and reflection on current issues and community dance practice.
People Dancing has recently led an initiative to document and digitise all articles written by Black dance practitioners, which will be available to view in Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage’s Living Archive, as part of Unearthed: Forgotten Histories. This roundtable discussion will delve into this collection, which charts the journey of Black dance in the UK over three decades. Pawlet Brookes MBE, CEO and Artistic Director of Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage, will chair the panel and will be joined by panellists: Louise Katerega, Head of Professional Development at People Dancing, Rennaé Wilson, dancer and educator, and Sharon Watson, Principal of Northern School of Contemporary Dance.
Free for Serendipity Connect Members