PARTNERS AND COLLABORATORS
Everything we do and stand for in WeMove is about partnership and collaboration.
See below for the wonderful people and organisations we work with and have received support from.
Schools and colleges
Our work simply could not happen without the support, trust, expertise and passion of the schools and colleges that we embed our projects in.
Our primary collaborator in this respect (and our birthplace!) is Haringey Sixth Form College.
But please see below for the other fantastic schools we have worked with, past and present. And click the icons to check out the amazing work these schools are doing!
We are lucky to have developed relationships with the following fantastic funders - who not only make our work possible, give us guidance and support, but ensure that no young person needs to pay to participate in any of our projects.
A massive thank you to you all!
Do click the icons to check out the important work these organisations are doing.
Haringey Unchained is a multi-faceted creative arts platform from Haringey Sixth Form College.
Each year it produces a blog and magazine, bringing together literary and artistic work from within the college and far beyond.
We are lucky to have developed a firm creative partnership, producing arts events and festivals year on year. And with our dance students creating work with the poetry and art as their stimulus.
So much of our work is inspired and enriched by the creativity and artistry of others. Please see here for some of the incredible individuals and organisations we have collaborated with over the years, with links to our projects together, and to their own innovative work.
So that WeMove students can really push themselves creatively and artistically, we invite guest artists to facilitate creative workshops throughout the year.
In the past we have been extremely lucky to have Sean Graham, Lee Griffiths and LyricL Nkechi leading workshops on creating performance with spoken word, for our collaboration with Haringey Unchained. Botis Seva's groundbreaking company also came in to teach us some of their company repertoire.
Enriched Professional Training
At WeMove we understand the broad and diverse nature of dance as an industry and potential career - and so we try to seek out collaborations with experts in the field who can nurture our students' growth as dancers, artists, teachers, producers and innovators.
We have been extremely privileged to date to host the following individuals in giving guest talks to our Dance Leadership students, and at careers events:
Mikey J Asante (Boy Blue)
Rachel Nanyonjo (Kansaze Dance Theatre, Young Vic)
Unkle TC and Kurtis 'Kurtyswift' (HomeBros UK)
Nichola Brown (North London Street Dance Academy)
Kloe Dean (Myself Dance UK)
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And finally, see here for some wonderful organisations that we have worked with, whose goals resonate with our own, and whose work inspires us. Please follow the links to their work!