Antoine Hunter
Image Credit: Georgina Payne


6 – 12 November 2023

Digital BlackCentric Week gives the opportunity to take part in cutting edge development, conversation and new work that utilises technology as a creative tool. It enhances performance, it aids access and provides a platform for the future where race is invisible allowing ability to shine.

  • Afrofuturism
  • Technology as a creative tool
  • International connections
  • Access and accessibility
  • Race behind the keyboard

Black Digital Dance Revolution

Digital BlackCentric week is part of the Black Digital Dance Revolution. Black Dance Digital Revolution is a nationally significant project working with regional partners; Serendipity (Leicester), Northern School of Contemporary Dance (Leeds), Dance City (Newcastle), Dance Umbrella (London) and beyond.  It draws on the dance heritage of these four cities to develop a programme of digital and physical work including dance films, workshops and artist led residencies.Black Digital Dance Revolution explores how digital technologies can be integrated to push the boundaries of how artistic work is created, documented and shared, building stronger relationships and networks across organisations in the UK dance sector and establishing a living legacy for Black dance.

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