DDF Artist in Residence Oona Doherty
Supported by Dunne & Crescenzi
Dublin Dance Festival is delighted to announce one of Europe’s most promising dance talents, Oona Doherty, as DDF Artist in Residence in 2020, 2021 and 2022.↓ Read more
Share this event
Through our DDF Artist in Residence programme, we will support Doherty to develop her choreographic practice, as she continues to build her young choreographic career.
Doherty’s distinctive and visceral choreography has sparked international attention, earning her multiple awards, rave reviews and prestigious artistic opportunities both in Ireland and abroad.
DDF has been working with Doherty over several years. First programmed with a work-in-development at DDF2015, she went on to present Hard to be Soft – A Belfast Prayer at DDF2018, commissioned by DDF, the Abbey Theatre and Belfast International Arts Festival. The piece went on to tour internationally to critical acclaim.
Doherty will present her latest work Lady Magma at Project Arts Centre and will curate a programme of film work at the IFI as part of the 2020 Festival. She will also avail of an R&D residency opportunity in partnership with the Abbey Theatre in May, which will provide her with time and space to develop ideas for a new work.
During this unprecedented period of physical distancing, DDF is actively committed to supporting dance artists and the wider performing arts sector. We would be extremely grateful for your financial support. Large or small, your donation will make a big difference, enabling us to continue sharing dance and supporting artists, as we plan for the time when we can bring you live performance again.Make a donation