Areas of Creativity

Figure Moves @ Edlingham. Photo Linda KentSite-specific performances: It is through the body that we grow our knowledge of the world and explore our place in it. Find out more

Directing a dress rehearsal for Footfalls Echo @ Belsay. Photo Haltwhistle Film Project Education: There has, perhaps, been no other single external influence that has impacted on my work more than education. Find out more

Namaste at NMMU at Port Elizabeth. Photo Michael BarryArts and cultural practice exchange: Dance is a language – a body language – and one expressed through a number of tongues. Sometimes the meaning is obvious – nearly universal – while in other situations we need some translation to bring us closer to the artist's intention. Find out more

Rapt #64; Dance City. Photo Linda KentCross-discipline collaborations: It has always interested me how dance can facilitate cross discipline practice – both as a means of research and the making of new work. Find out more

Footfalls Echo @ Belsay. Photo Haltwhistle Film ProjectCommunity engagement and regeneration: What does it mean for a community to be well, healthy and happy? What can a dancer bring to this situation? Find out more

Uphondo Lwe Afrika. Photo Tim RubidgeGroup and sole performances: Tim has devised numerous solo and group choreographies both singly and collaboratively in many parts of the UK and abroad. Find out more

Namaste NMMU at Port Elizabeth. Photo Michael BarryHealth and wellbeing: Dance is a powerful, sensitive and expressive means of exploring issues around health and wellbeing. Find out more | 01434 345 059 | | © Tim Rubidge 2013
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