Learn, Train and Join in

Angie Smalis
Professional Morning Class
Wed 23 Sep '20 to Wed 14 Oct '20

Join contemporary dance artist Angie Smalis for a series of morning classes this September and October. Suitable for professional dance artists and advanced students. 

About Angie Smalis

Angie studied contemporary dance and choreography at the State School of Dance in her native Greece before joining the Viennese Folk Opera (Volks Oper Wien) in 2001. She relocated to Limerick in 2003 to work as a dance artist with Daghdha Dance Company. In addition to working as an independent contemporary dance artist, Angie is Artistic Director of Limerick Youth Theatre and Director of Patterns Dance Collective, a group of dance artists with intellectual disabilities, under the auspices of the Daughters of Charity Service, Limerick. Angie has received funding for her own work from the Arts Council, Culture Ireland, the Mid-West Regional Authority and Limerick City and County Council. Lately, Angie received the Arts Grant Funding- Arts Council- to research and develop  “The Ambassadors” in collaboration with American performing artist Colin Gee, Irish dance artists Mark Carberry and Lisa Mcloughlin and American composer/vocalist Erin Gee.

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Think Tank Summary #1
Think Thank Series: Summary 1
Tue 29 Sep '20 to Wed 30 Sep '20

Throughout July, Dance Ireland, Dance Limerick and Dublin Dance Festival co-hosted a series of focused conversations about dance. These ‘Think Tanks’ are building on important discussions that have already been set in motion about the survival and sustainability of the sector.

Read the Summary of First Think Tank HERE. Please send your thoughts and contributions to thinktanks2021@gmail.com.

Click HERE for info on Think Tank #2.

You can read more about the format and idea behind the Think Tanks HERE.

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Think Tank Summary 2
THINK THANK SERIES: SUMMARY 2
Tue 29 Sep '20 to Wed 30 Sep '20

Throughout July, Dance Ireland, Dance Limerick and Dublin Dance Festival co-hosted a series of focused conversations about dance. These ‘Think Tanks’ are building on important discussions that have already been set in motion about the survival and sustainability of the sector.

Read the Summary of Second Think Tank HERE and please send your thoughts and contributions to thinktanks2021@gmail.com.

Click HERE for info on Think Tank #1.

You can read more about the format and idea behind the Think Tanks HERE.

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THINK THANK SERIES: SUMMARY 3
Tue 29 Sep '20 to Wed 30 Sep '20

Throughout July, Dance Ireland, Dance Limerick and Dublin Dance Festival co-hosted a series of focused conversations about dance. These ‘Think Tanks’ are building on important discussions that have already been set in motion about the survival and sustainability of the sector.

Read the Summary of Third Think Tank HERE and please send your thoughts and contributions to thinktanks2021@gmail.com.

Click HERE for info on Think Tank #1, and HERE for info on Think Tank #2.

You can read more about the format and idea behind the Think Tanks HERE.

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Dance Limerick exists to support the development of professional dance artists within the Limerick region and beyond.

Through a combination of performance platforms, residency opportunities, master classes, talks and lectures, Dance Limerick will advocate for artistic dialogue and exchange. In collaboration with dance artists across a range of practices, Dance Limerick will promote the creation of new and innovative work and will devise programmes of access, engagement and participation for the wider public.

Based at the premises of the former Daghdha Dance Company, Dance Limerick houses offices and a fully equipped studio space along with a separate performance venue known as the Daghda Space

Further information about facilities and opportunities for professional dance artists available from Jenny Traynor at
jenny@dancelimerick.ie