Chance to Dance

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Online, Friday 15th January

Join us for the launch of this dance film project with Draíocht’s Create Dance members featuring dancers from Traces Dance Ensemble Co. Waterford. A film which explores and captures the power of communication through movement and the exchange of gestures between dancers in space and on camera. Directed by Jess Rowell and captured by film artist Conor Donelan.

Jess Rowell’s Dance Residency in Draíocht was supported by The Arts Council, with additional funding provided by Fingal County Council.


Date:
Friday 15th January
Time:
3.00pm
Price:
Free

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