Birmingham-based DanceXchange’s online version of Dance Insights - a curated programme of performances, events, conversation and artistic inspiration - continues this week with a focus on the organisation’s 2020 Artist In Residence, Roberta Jean.
Each Dance Insights programme is online for two weeks and offers audiences an insight into the process and mind of the creator.
Lucie Mirkova, Head of Artistic Programmes at DanceXchange said: “In these challenging times, when our arts venues and studios are closed, we are keen to find ways to continue the rich dialogue between artists and audience.
“Dance Insights Online offers a fascinating exploration of what inspires and interests the talented choreographers in Dance Xchange’s Artists In Residence programme - an exclusive and unique opportunity to connect to the world of dance.”
Roberta Jean’s programme is available to enjoy until Sunday 5 July and offers a unique insight into her creative inspiration.
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