Created: Tuesday, 20th December, 2016 - 13:53

During the summer Rosie Gunn, course leader of Digital Film and Screen Arts at UCAFarnham took part in Everyday People, a project that was produced by Rachel Palmer of The Dance movement with funding from the Arts Council. The project gave six non dancers the opportunity to choreograph a performance with professional dancers.

 

Rosie visited the National Archives in Kew as part of a UCA collaboration for staff and students to view and respond to their collection on mental health. This research was an important part of the inspiration for the dance work and the documentation is now on a tour of UCA campuses (starting in Cragg Gallery, Canterbury) with the other artists' responses.

 

The tour visited Farnham in November and will finish at the National Archive in January 2017.

 

Further infomation can be found at  http://dfsacourse.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/in-our-minds.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed:+DfsaBlog+(DFSA+Blog)

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