Dance Art Foundation
extends the boundaries of dance asserting its vital contribution to international culture, health and public life.

Dance Art Foundation incubate new ideas in dance that it takes out into the world in fresh and imaginative ways. Performances are bold and progressive, often transgressing art form boundaries and in dialogue with other disciplines. Its Critical Dialogues projects drives dance forward, fostering fertile debate that challenges artists and widens public access to new thinking in dance. In social engagement, Dance Art Foundation is an international leader in dance-in-health.

Dance Art Ltd, our sister creative collective taking our artists' work into fashion, music, events and film, was launched in 2015.

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Artistic Director
Joe Moran

Trustees
Rachel Parslew (Chair)
Arts Consultant and Producer
Robyn Cabaret
Projects Manager, Programming, Sadler's Wells
Martin Richard Coppell
Director, Laura Bartlett Gallery
Ruth Phypers
Brand Consultant


Associate Curator:
Dance Critical Theory Group

Jane Frances Dunlop

Development Officer
Verena Leonardini

Associate Artist: Choreography

Florence Peake

Associate Artist: Participation

Louise Klarnett
Kirstie Richardson
Susie Tate

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Dance Art Foundation gratefully acknowledges the financial support of its current funders Arts Council England, the National Lottery through the Awards of All programme, BBC Children in Need and Investec Bank, Essex County Council and the Evan Cornish Foundation, as well as commissioning and partner support from Artsadmin, Block Universe, Chisenhale Dance Space, Dance4, Delfina Foundation, DRAF (David Roberts Art Foundation), Movingeast, The Place, Sadler's Wells and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A).

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Dance Art Foundation is a registered charity (1105222), HMRC charity for tax purposes (XR81170) and company limited by guarantee (4802927).