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Foreword by Mercy Nabirye, Head of Dance of the African Diaspora, One Dance UK 6 Welcome message from Andrew Hurst, Chief Executive, One Dance UK

NEWS 8 A selection of One Dance UK Dance of the African

Diaspora news from around the country

FEATURE INTERVIEW 12 A Word from Peter Badejo OBE by Christopher

Rodriguez

TRAINING AND CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)

22 Ingrid Mackinnon becomes Head of Dance at WAC Arts

23 Alleyne Dance by Heather Benson 28 What Does Your Dance Do? by Latisha Cesar For this issue we feature the African Wax print Nsu Bra, which is from the (Akan) Twi language in Ghana and means "waterwell". It resembles the ripple effect of water when a stone is thrown into it. Like this pattern, dance forms of the African diaspora are interconnected. Throughout the generations of transmission, these priniciples, aesthetics, techniques and nuances ripple within the dance forms and create the diverse sector that exists today.

Profile for One Dance UK

HOTFOOT Online | Autumn 2017 Transmitting the Dance: Principles, Aesthetic, Technique and Nuance  

HOTFOOT Online is One Dance UK’s bi-annual publication focusing on Dance of the African Diaspora (DAD) and provides a platform for critical...

HOTFOOT Online | Autumn 2017 Transmitting the Dance: Principles, Aesthetic, Technique and Nuance  

HOTFOOT Online is One Dance UK’s bi-annual publication focusing on Dance of the African Diaspora (DAD) and provides a platform for critical...

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