Digital Dance and Discussion


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Through dance, we can highlight untold stories, discuss issues and question taboos, amplify voices, codify, document, recognise and celebrate. We can innovate. We can connect. We can protest. When fighting for civil rights and social justice, dance can be a movement in the movements.

This short film, featuring dance practitioners seeks to provide answers to three questions: How do we create socially engaged art? What does it mean to be internationally connected? Can dance change the world?

The films will be shared on this page via Youtube Premiere, going live at 6:00pm for everyone to watch together and comment in the chat as you are watching.  The films will then remain online until 8 May.

We would like you to join us in the discussion online using the comments and chat features. We want to hear your thoughts and responses after the film premieres and ahead of the online conference Creating Socially Engaged Art: Can dance change the world? on Tuesday 4 May.

Digital Dance and Discussion is part of Let’s Dance International Frontiers (LDIF), an annual international dance festival produced by Serendipity.  The festival features performances, discussions, workshops and a conference exploring dance as a medium for positive change.

To leave your thoughts, reflections and favourite moments from Let’s Dance International Frontiers (LDIF) 2021 why not write a note in the LDIF 2021 Guestbook found here.

Image Credit: Freddy Houndekindo, image Thomas Zamolo from Inside I Will Dance.
Image Description: Freddy Houndekindo stands in front of a microphone against a black background. He wears a beanie hat, glasses, grey vest and trousers, white t-shirt and

LDIF Programme

Full Programme
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Colonisation in Reverse: Jean-Léon Destiné Exhibition

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Black British Dance Platform LDIF21

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Black British Dance Platform: In Conversation

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Nehanda: nora chipaumire

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LDIF21 Online Conference – Creating Socially Engaged Art: Can Dance Change the World?

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JOMBA! Digital Edge: Intimacies of Isolation

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Spirit of Jazz: BOP Jazz Theatre Company

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Globally Connecting: My Voice, My Practice In Conversation

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Dance Double Bill: Yinka Esi Graves and Maya Taylor

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Spot a Day Dance Diary: Patricia Vester

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Jazz Dance In Conversation with Dollie Henry

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