DDF News — 3 Mar 2020
The Missy Elliott Project is back and it’s going to Limerick!
Dublin Dance Festival is delighted to partner with Dance Limerick to bring The Missy Elliott Project by Selina Thompson to Limerick this April, with the generous support of the ESB Energy for Generations Fund and Northern Trust.
Calling young women of colour, aged 14-18! Take part in an innovative performance and technology programme that invites you to imagine a limitless and radical new world.
Sign up for The Missy Elliott Project and immerse yourself in an intensive programme of dance, music, spoken word and digital workshops inspired by the creative power of Hip Hop and R&B legend, Missy Elliott. Mentored by an experienced creative team, led by director and choreographer Emmy Lahouel, participants will create a digital experience together and join the global conversation about the dreams and realities of young women of colour around the world.
Open Taster Workshops: Dance Limerick, 3 & 4 April, 2pm-6pm
Creative Bootcamp: Dance Limerick, 13-17 April, 10:30am-4:30pm
Participation is free of charge.
If you identify as (or work with) young women of colour aged between 14 and 18, get in touch for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +353 61 400 994.
The Missy Elliott project in 2019 was supported by The Digital Hub. In 2018, Selina Thompson Company participated in Open Studio - a creative & digital performance lab for younger audiences by Dublin Dance Festival and Live Collision.