DU Dance (NI)’s artistic and management team has over thirty years experience of working within communities all over the world. Its activities are recognised for their best practice and creative excellence. Bringing individuals and communities together to seek creative solutions to artistic challenges, triggers a process that demands and develops sophisticated social interaction and encourages personal growth.
ITS AIM is to introduce young people to dance and the creative arts and to advocate dance as a tool for facilitating personal and social development.
ITS VISION is to advance dance as an art form, build community connections and foster tolerance and respect.
With performance as an integral part of the process, DU Dance (NI) provides access to innovative contemporary dance workshops and projects across communities which may often have limited or no dance provision, challenging traditional views of the relevance and value of dance.
Read DU Dance (NI)’s new annual report 2021/22.
With thanks & credit to Joe Fox and Jim Corr for company and project photography.
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We are currently fundraising to support our Belfast Boys seniors to perform at U.Dance in Newcastle, 21-23 July 2023. This is a great opportunity as they will be the only group representing Northern Ireland and Ireland. All donations are warmly received – just follow the link here.
Environmental Policy – Statement of Intent:
We are committed to minimising any adverse environmental effects caused as a result of our activities. The Company aims to meet and, where possible, exceed all relevant regulatory requirements concerning the protection of the environment, minimising where possible resource and material use. The Company – including the board, staff, freelance artists and participants – seeks to operate in accordance with the principles of ‘one planet living’ and will continually assess and aim to reduce the environmental impact of its programmes and operations.