Join us on Thursday 28 May, 6.30pm – 7.30pm for an online twitter Q&A with the director of Second Hand Dance, Rosie Heafford. Rosie will be answering your questions about the importance of arts in society, her new work Teachers and her involvement in Evolving in Conversation.
Teachers has been developed using personal stories of and about teachers, their importance in society, their effect on our future and the people involved in it. Rosie will be preforming her new work Teachers on the Evolving in Conversation Showcase day, on Saturday 30 May.
How do I get involved?
Using the hashtag #askrosie -Rosie will be responding to your questions. You can tweet Rosie directly at @2_ndhanddance or alternatively you can tweet us at Brighton and Hove Library, using @BHLibraries and we will forward your questions to Rosie.
When, where and what?
When? Thurdsay 28 May, 6.30pm -7.30pm
What? Rosie Heafford, director of Second Hand Dance will be answering your questions in a live Q&A
Second Hand Dance is a collaborative company, creatively led by Rosie Heafford, which works with artists from a variety of disciplines to produce participatory and interactive dance experiences. Our vision is to curate performantive events that stimulate and gently converse with audiences to inspire joyful dancing and an outlook of hope. We like making work in all kinds of forms and spaces, from performance in theatres and libraries to intimate children’s shows and large-scale community events. http://www.secondhanddance.co.uk/
Duncan Andrews – Library Officer