The latest edition of MiniFest is at Woodend Barn this April.
Scotland’s leading Festival of contemporary dance presents its 9th edition, featuring a packeting programme of the best Scottish and International dance, including Company Chordelia, Stephen Pelton, Plutot la Vie, Van Huynh Company, Loz Aggiss, Ballet Lorent, the only Scottish date from Mark Morris Dance Company.
Curious is a new series of contemporary music and performance events at Woodend Barn – in partnership with sound, NEAT and Buchanan’s Bistro.
Engaging more than 11,000 young people and their families with arts and creativity, Dance Amazing combined dance, art, design, music and technology to create an exciting, stimulating and magical first arts experience for young people and their families.
100 DAYS/100 DANCES was conceived by Jennifer Phillips, and was a Citymoves project as part of Get Scotland Dancing. 100 DAYS/100 DANCES ran from Mon 14th April – Wed 23 July 2014 and took the form of taster classes, performance events and dance ‘happenings’ around the city centre, every day for 100 days. https://storify.com/jkpdalz/100days100dances
Janis Claxton Dance at Aberdeen Art Gallery Part of March Moves 2013 (Citymoves Dance Agency) curated/produced by Jennifer Phillips. Photos by Colin Thom
16 February – 19 February, 2011 A collaboration between New Moves International, Peacock Visual Arts and Citymoves Dance Agency, (produced by Angela Lennon for Peacock and Jennifer Phillips for Citymoves), This Is Performance Art (Aberdeen), was a four-day festival featuring some of the most exciting and influential performance artists in the world. Black Market International were in residence as part of TIPA Europe 2011. The collective; Alastair MacLennan, Boris Nieslony, Elvira Santamaria Torres, Jacques Van Poppel, Jürgen Fritz, Lee Wen, Miriam Laplante, Norbert Klassen and Roi Varra, travelled to Aberdeen for the first time for the four-day programme. The festival included performances, installations, workshops and opportunities to…
Showcasing the best dance from Aberdeen and the North East
Video by Fraser Denholm / Flux Video