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The Dancer's Clinic

by Josie Lucas Dance is a career which requires a broad range of skill. It is both athletic and artistic; individual and unified. Dancers train hard to perfect the aesthetic, but to what extent do those involved understand the functions...

Published in Feature on September 18, 2005 6:48 PM

High Spin (Op-Ed)

What happens when you bring together two learning disabled groups of performers who don’t speak each others language to do a cultural exchange? That was the journey High Spin Dance Company from Brighton and the L'Atelier de Jour du Ravelin...

Published in Feature on September 18, 2005 1:17 AM

Website Essentials

by Michelle Lefevre Over the last couple of years dance company websites have steadily improved in a small number of cases. However there are still some fundamental shortcoming in the information provided and the way the information that is there...

Published in Feature on May 11, 2005 5:34 AM

Mac Mini to the Rescue?

by Michael Devney On January 11th this year Apple Computer announced there smallest, lowest cost Mac computer to-date. This mini marvel could be the silver bullet for Apple in breaking new markets but it could also be the key to...

Published in Feature on January 18, 2005 5:40 AM

ACE Review 2004

by Neil Nisbet There are few people with the stomach to wade through an Arts Council England (ACE) annual review. The document is the yearly report on the goings on at the biggest funding provider for the arts in the...

Published in Feature on December 10, 2004 5:47 AM

Dancing Inside [ Pt One ]

by Vanessa Cook In April 2004, I found myself in prison for the first time! I wasn't there because of a sentence I'd received, but rather as part of a team that would teach dance in a male prison. Here's...

Published in Feature on November 9, 2004 10:27 PM

Dancing Inside [ Pt Two ]

by Vanessa Cook First of all as a group, these men were not afraid of taking physical risks, which allowed a very high level of flying to be achieved. The second explanation I offer is that the men were immensely...

Published in Feature on November 9, 2004 10:36 AM

NDA: Send Me An Email

by Michelle Lefevre Following our assessment of the National Dance Agency network on their ability to provide information via their respective websites we follow up with a look at just how well they respond to requests for information via email....

Published in Feature on October 22, 2004 5:55 AM

Capture Two Reviews

by Jordan Kinsella Capture is Arts Council England’s (ACE) scheme to get more dance films out into the world. Since Article19 doesn’t do reviews we asked our friend Jordan Kinsella, a US based independent film maker and writer, to give...

Published in Feature on October 18, 2004 10:45 PM

NDA Website Review

by Michael Devney National Dance Agencies (NDA’s) branded themselves as “Dance Hubs” last year; providers of information, support, advice and all manner of wisdom on matters related to dance. One way of judging how well they can provide those services...

Published in Feature on September 26, 2004 6:08 AM

Shooting a Promo Video

by Martin French If you want to make the world and some promoters aware of what you are doing, in choreographic terms, then you need to make a promotional video. With all the easily accessible hi-tech kit available today it’s...

Published in Feature on September 8, 2004 6:14 AM

Who The Hell Are You?

by Michelle Lefevre Welcome to the new mini-features section on Article19. Mini-Features are just like regular features only the subject matter may be a little less than important or worthy than a main feature. It’s a place for those subjects...

Published in Feature on September 6, 2004 6:20 AM

The Recovery Position [Pt Two]

by Helen Parlor Recovery after the knee operation was slow and I had to be patient. The recovery process taught me a number of things about my body, my mentality and my training regime. I joined my local gym and...

Published in Feature on May 28, 2004 12:04 PM

The Recovery Position [Pt One]

by Helen Parlor In this two part feature Helen Parlor discusses injury and illness and the devastating effects on a dancer both personally and professionally and how to find your way back when it seems as though all is lost....

Published in Feature on May 27, 2004 11:55 PM

Dance on the Web

by Martin French Article19 has been online for over 3 years now in one form or another. Like all things we evolve with the times, learning from mistakes and constantly adding new things to bring you, our dear readers, ever...

Published in Feature on September 3, 2003 6:34 AM

The Internet Explained!

by Martin French You’re using it right now but how much do you really know about it? More to the point how much do you need to know about it? The Internet is now an ever present entity which stores...

Published in Feature on August 1, 2003 6:48 AM

Get Your Own Website

by Article19 Article19 estimates* that out of the many millions of websites out there on the world- wide-web at least 95% of them are complete rubbish! In the blinkered world of dance and particularly contemporary dance there are only three...

Published in Feature on June 6, 2003 1:13 PM

Impulstanz Who Why What Where

by Article19 ImPulsTanz has been running since 1984. The annual festival in Vienna attracts almost 4,000 participants to its workshops and classes and 30,000 members of the public to the vast array of performances that are on offer during a...

Published in Feature on February 15, 2003 12:15 AM

What the Hell is an NDA?

by Neil Nisbet Is the most frequent question that we are asked. What are they? Where are they? Why are they? Many of you have pleaded. Our overseas readers are especially confused as to the nature of this most British...

Published in Feature on September 1, 2002 12:57 AM

Dance Schools in the UK

by Article19 Last week we answered some of our most received questions about NDA’s. The next most popular question is about training in the UK. Where can I? How can I? How much does is cost? Are they any good?...

Published in Feature on September 1, 2002 12:47 AM

Essex Dance Motion Capture

by Article19 Motion capture technology has been developed and used by the mainstream film industry for many years now. So what happens when dance gets it’s hands on this advanced equipment? Well we are soon to find out because EssexDance...

Published in Feature on September 1, 2002 12:03 AM

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