DANSOX Summer Schools

Monday, 11 July 2022 - 10:00am to Monday, 25 July 2022 - 7:00pm
Price: see below

DANSOX (Dance Scholarship Oxford) hosts three exciting summer intensives. International artists, writers, choreographers, and guests explore themes of creativity and dance-making in relation to other arts. All welcome, drop in any time to watch the processes of all three unfolding. Please book places for public sharing events.

1.     11th-14th July. Alice Oswald, Saju Hari and Aaron May-Vickers

The Professor of Poetry, Oxford, collaborates with internationally renowned contemporary Indian dance and martial arts expert, developing work for APGRD All-Night Epic in 2023.

5.30pm 14th July Public Sharing: Alice, Saju, Dancers. + Q&A


2.  15th-20th July. Thomas Page Dances: Commonalities

Thomas Page Dances develops new dance work and discusses the themes of commonality in relation to dance theories, histories, practice.

11.30am 15th July: Public Keynote Guest Lecture. Alastair Macaulay, “Commonalities, Communities, Utopias”

5.30pm 20th July: Public Sharing of TPD’s work+Q&A.


3.     21st-25th July. Deborah Norris, Rambert School +Guests: Women and Choreography

An exciting choreographic intensive with students of the Rambert School and the Royal Scottish Conservatoire.

5.30pm 21st July: Public Keynote Guest Lecture: Lyndall Gordon, biographer, Charlotte Brontë (Villette) +Q&A.

5.30pm 25th July Public Sharing: “Woman-Made! An evening of new short ballets created by women +Q&A.


BOOKING for all events

Drop in any time, but please book for Keynote Lectures and Public Sharing events. Email Professor Sue Jones. Events are free to attend but with a suggested contribution of £15 on the door, cards and cash accepted, to cover rising costs. Please indicate which event(s) you wish to join.

Picture of 6 dancers on dancefloor from last DANSOX event in the JdP