'Fun, Interactive, Exhilarating!' - Student
MOVE and CODE ©
MOVE AND CODE is a 1 day workshop that uses movement and physical
computing to teach Key Stage 2 computing curriculum aims.
DATA MOVES ©
DATA MOVES is a 1 day workshop that uses movement and specially designed interactive technology from UCL's Interaction Lab to teach Key Stage 3 computing curriculum aims.
This was created in collaboration with Innovation producer Emma McFarland and University College London's Interaction lag with support from Studio Wayne McGregor through Questlab Network
Creation and Impact of Data Moves
MOVE: BUILD: CODE
MOVE: BUILD: CODE is a fun 3-5 day workshop appropriate for ages 10-14. Participants build and code a sculpture which they can move using a wearable device. Together with our robots we then create a short dance performance. This can be delivered ONLINE or IN PERSON.
*Accessible to all levels of programmers and dancers
DIGITAL L E A P
A week long summer intensive inspiring students to take the leap into a creative digital career.
See the webpage about the programme HERE
CHOREOGRAPHING WITH DIGITAL ©
CHOREOGRAPHING WITH DIGITAL are workshops ranging from a 1/2 day to full week programmes aimed at students in higher education and professionals interested in collaborations between dance and technology. These can range from experimenting with different technologies in choreographic process, understanding the organisational and choreographic needs of working with digital and developing concepts to incorporate meaningful technology.
*If you are interested please get in touch
We endeavour to make our workshops financially accessible.
If you are interested we encourage you to get in touch to discuss options.
Move and CodE
"I feel very inspired by how technology can be applied to dance"
Nesta’s research with Pearson predicts that the following skills will be in especially high demand by 2030. Interpersonal, Collaboration, Communication, Social perceptiveness, Cognitive, Originality, Fluency of ideas, Active learning Systems, Decision making. Ofsted evidence has shown that creative subjects are effective at teaching and developing these skills at the primary and secondary level - skills that are also the defining features of many creative occupations.
‘I really enjoyed collaborating with the team as it builT my confidence’
Photos by Alice Underwood