Sunday 22 March 2020 | 09.30-17.00
Dance Base, Edinburgh
In light of current public health circumstances, DCD’s support for professional dancers continues, however from 9am on Tuesday 17 March, all dancer support programmes will be delivered remotely via telephone, skype and zoom until further notice. This includes namely One to One Conversations and Personal and Career Coaching sessions across the UK. DCD’s EVOLVE workshop in Edinburgh on 22 March will also be postponed to a future date, to be confirmed in due course. In order to rearrange or to schedule a remote one to one or coaching session, please contact Ellen Chambers, DCD Dancer Support & Programmes Officer at email@example.com. We will provide further updates should the situation change. We encourage everyone to remain safe and healthy. For guidance please refer to Government guidelines, One Dance UK’s and Equity’s guidance and Arts Council England’s advice, which includes guidance for freelance artists.
£30 Early Bird price (Until 1 March)
£35 Full Price
If cost is a barrier to you attending, limited subsidised places and travel bursaries are available, contact DCD for details.
Register at dancerscareerdevelopment.as.me/evolve-edinburgh.
EVOLVE is a full day workshop for professional dancers exploring life beyond a dance career, offering practical tools, insight and inspiration
- Explore the journey of a dancer’s career with like-minded people.
- Get the tools to develop your own personal action plan and discover your potential.
- Learn how to manage a lifelong career beyond performance.
- Enjoy the unique opportunity to hear personal transition stories from DCD retrained dancers, ask questions and gain a network of peers.
EVOLVE workshops are open to all dancers – from final year students to those with years of professional experience who are exploring the next stage, to those who are already post-transition.
Even if you’re not planning to transition in the near future, EVOLVE can support you to feel prepared for your long term future.
Dancers from all genres of professional dance are welcome, from classical and contemporary to musical theatre and commercial.