Inquiring Bodies is a full day event by dance artists, for dance artists as part of the Wildfire Rising year 2 programme. Inquiring Bodies feature guest artists who identify as Global Majority who invite others to engage in their current research, the questions they’re asking themselves and their emerging interests, creating a mutually supportive environment for dance exploration and open dialogue.
This is the second Inquiring Bodies of the series and will take place in Salford at The New Adelphi Building. The day will consist of two dance workshops which are free to attend!
The second Inquiring Bodies day will be delivered by two of the Wildfire Rising Artists; Movema Associate Artist Sheetal Maru, alongside artist Ruth Asidi.
£100 bursaries are available to Global Majority Dance Artists.
Global Majority refers to people who are Black, Asian, Brown, dual-heritage, of multiple ethnic backgrounds, indigenous to the global south, and or have been racialised as ‘ethnic minorities’. Globally, these groups currently represent approximately eighty per cent (80%) of the world’s population making them the global majority now” (Rosemary Campbell-Stephens MBE 2020 in Global Majority; Decolonising the language and Reframing the Conversation about Race.
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Inquiring Bodies is part of the Wildfire Rising Programme, being delivered by partnering charity organisations Cheshire Dance and Movema. The associate artist programme aims to remove barriers of inequality by investing in and supporting dance artists who identify as Global Majority, to make way for the rising of their artistry, representation and development.