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The Choreography of Care – Publications

Following the production of  Thank You Very Much (2019) and dialogues between the team and rabbi, scientist, and activist Julia Watts Belser, Claire began to develop clear framing structures for the different meanings of Care.  To further develop our understanding of Care we are working with the team at tanzhaus nrw on the Choreography of Care symposium which will take place in … More about The Choreography of Care – Publications

German Dance Awards

Over the weekend, Claire was presented with the German Dance Prize for Outstanding Artistic Development. “Thank you to the jury for this honour and recognition. For the award itself and for the incredible company it places me alongside – this year and previous winners.  This acknowledgement of my career and work is truly appreciated, empowering … More about German Dance Awards

International Tour Dates for Thank You Very Much Announced

National Theatre of Scotland and Manchester International Festival (MIF) in association with Claire Cunningham Projects today announced a return to international touring with pioneering artist Claire Cunningham’s award-winning contemporary dance performance Thank You Very Much, inspired by the glittering world of the tribute artist. This ambitious and powerful meditation on identity and acceptance and the challenges of … More about International Tour Dates for Thank You Very Much Announced

Claire honoured for Outstanding Artistic Development at German Dance Awards 2021

Claire has been honoured for her Outstanding Artistic Development in dance at the 2021 German Dance Awards. The Jury said: “Claire Cunningham’s work is exemplary for the work of other pioneers towards a future featuring physical diversity in dance and society. This development, which urgently requires more support and appreciation in Germany, is further promoted by … More about Claire honoured for Outstanding Artistic Development at German Dance Awards 2021

Neurolive 2021

Claire will be taking part in Neurolive 2021,  an interdisciplinary research collaboration that brings artists, scientists and audiences together to study what makes live experiences special. The three-day online symposium launches the project NEUROLIVE by opening up questions around different ways of conceptualising, measuring and practicing liveness. An invited group of humanities scholars, cognitive scientists and … More about Neurolive 2021

Claire and Nadja teach on new course exploring Diversity and Inclusive Practice in Performing Arts

  Claire and our Exec Producer Nadja Dias will be teaching on Accademia Teatro Dimitri’s new Certificate of Advances Studies in Diversity and Inclusive Practice in Performing Arts. The course is aimed at international professional artists in the field of contemporary performing arts, with or without disabilities, who want to deepen their artistic practice and … More about Claire and Nadja teach on new course exploring Diversity and Inclusive Practice in Performing Arts

Quanimacy, a new audio work for Splayed Festival

At the invitation of Artist Amy Bell, Claire has created a new sound piece for Splayed Festival at The Place, London.   Featuring Prof. Julia Watts Belser Music by Matthias Herrmann Transcript design by Bethany Wells Dramaturgical and Editorial Support by Luke Pell Quanimacy* is a binaural sound work created by disabled artist and choreographer Claire Cunningham, … More about Quanimacy, a new audio work for Splayed Festival