Free performances Sunday, 3rd April at DTI
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Creating Space Invitation
Sunday April 3rd, 3:30 pm at Dance Theatre of Ireland Center for Dance

An informal showcase of short works in-progress will be shown at the  DTI Centre for Dance in Dun Laoghaire on Sunday 3rd April 2016 by choreographers
Juan Urbina, Aisling Riannon, Liadain Speranza Herriott, Ana Camillo and Well-Dance for Seniors.

DTI's CREATING SPACE supports dance artists in the development of new work and encourages audiences to engage with artists. Supported by the Arts Council & Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council
Admission FREE / Donations Accepted
RSVP essential, Places Limited: T 01 280 3455

Antje O'Toole
‘Hard to get’

Choreographer: Juan Urbina
Dancers: Anna Mateu, Juan Urbina, John Cantillon, Thomas Smith, Thomas Lubczynst, John Conlon.

Inspired by the work of mobile sculptor Alexander Calder and the Finnish mobile ornament called Himmeli (heaven), traditionally used to represent prosperity. Performed by dancers & Volunteers of Dublin Simon Community.
Karen Gleeson
‘The Lost Child’

Choreographer & Dancer: Aisling Riannon

Not all those who wonder are lost.
Jessie Keenan

Choreographer & Dancer: Liadain Speranza Herriott

 An abstraction is something nonspecific, a concept that isn’t concrete. It can also refer to the state of mind in which a person is lost in thought... In the art world, an abstraction is a painting or musical piece created in the style of expressionism... suggested by an emotional flow of paint or music. In Dance 'never the same trace.'
Nick Bryson
‘Well-Dance for Seniors’

Directed by:  Loretta Yurick & Robert Connor

Excerpts from some of the DTI  Well-Dance For Seniors classes performed by  participants.

Nick Bryson
‘Singing History and Dancing Pride’

Choreographer & Dancer: Ana Camillo

A dance solo to represent the gypsy peoples’ embodied pain and suffering transformed into strength, resilience and enjoyment in order to maintain – and reinforce – their identity.
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