Practitioner Training with ZoieLogic Dance Theatre
This course is designed to give teachers and practitioners an opportunity to gain further insight into Zoie Golding's artistic and participatory approach. An inspirational figure within the cultural landscape who has been working tirelessly to promote, support and develop boys dancing for over 20 years, Zoie first began her career by forming an all male youth company, Fuzzy Logic. She now heads up a pioneering, critically acclaimed company in receipt of Arts Council England NPO funding - touring immersive, visionary and highly accessible work around the country, working with strategic partnerships of theatres and organisations to reach those for who access to dance is limited.
Monday 6 April: Boys in Dance
Delegates will be given an opportunity to discover Zoie's unique approach to creating sustainable participation methods for boys in dance. Content will be inspired by her specialist training programme ManMade within which Zoie will be offering nuggets of wisdom, tools and techniques used by the team working with all-male youth company FuzzyLogic and her performance company ZoieLogic Dance Theatre.
More about the ZoieLogic Dance Theatre and Greenwich Dance Partnership
ZoieLogic Dance Theatre are members of Greenwich Dance's newly conceived 'Artistic Family' - a small cohort of creative, entrepreneurial and passionate artists and companies who share our belief in creating work for unusual spaces and increasing access to dance for those who experience geographical or socio-economic barriers. ZoieLogic Dance Theatre are working this Spring with a cohort of male pupils within a school in Greenwich inspired by their outdoor production Ride as well as being programmed within our Up My Street Cabaret Club series. ZoieLogic Dance Theatre will also be back in the summer within our annual Greenwich Dance's festival and again in November with the incredible Sleuth. Sign up to our newsletter to make sure you stay in touch and follow the ZoieLogic/Greenwich Dance journey!
Suitable for teachers of dance in both primary and secondary schools, dance practitioners and choreographers.
Zoie Golding is an accomplished Producer, Director and Choreographer, with 18 years experience in the arts sector. She is the founder and Artistic Director of ZoieLogic Dance Theatre nationally recognised for effectively challenging the perceptions of men in dance, where and who dance is for. Zoie’s artistic practice is about taking risks, breaking down barriers and communicating ideas clearly and boldly. She is passionate and committed to creating significant social change through dance. Zoie and her company are proud to be an Arts Council NPO, Resident company of NST City, Associate Artist of Mayflower Theatre and Play Artist at Pavilion Dance South West.