Dance Podcast 2018

Podcast 51: The ArtsEquator End-of-Year Dance Podcast 2018

Duration: 66 min

ArtsEquator held a live recording of its year-end dance podcast at Dance Nucleus SCOPE #4 on Sunday 2 December 2018, 7pm. Listen in as Chan Sze-Wei, Soultari Amin Farid and Bernice Lee share about the works they have seen this year in Singapore and Southeast Asia – as well as further questions and responses from the live audience at Dance Nucleus.

Stay tuned to ArtsEquator for the complete video footage of the hour-long discussion!

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Dance Podcast 2018

 

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About the author(s)

Muhd Noramin Mohd Farid (Soultari) is a choreographer, arts educator and researcher from Singapore. He received his Doctorate in Theatre and Dance studies (2021) from Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. He is a recipient of the ASEAN-India Youth Award (2018), Singapore Youth Award (2017), National Arts Council Scholarship (2017) and Goh Chok Tong Mendaki Youth Promise Award (2016). Amin is the Joint-Artistic Director of Bhumi Collective, a multidisciplinary performing art and producing company. He writes occasionally for Arts Equator, Straits Times and the Esplanade Theatres by the Bay.

Bernice is an artist, performer, writer, and dance practitioner. She delves into the entanglements between making art and living life (@bleelly). She is co-director of Rolypoly Family / Derring-Do Dance with Faye Lim (@rolypolyfamilysg) and has a joint practice with theatre practitioner Chong Gua Khee (@tactilitystudies). Her love of language has led her to writing about dance, and working with poets and spoken word artists. She has written for FiveLines since 2017; her dance writing has also featured in ArtsEquator and the Straits Times. An Associate Member of Dance Nucleus (2018-2021), Dance Artist with Maya Dance Theatre and Frontier Danceland (2011-2017), Bernice holds a BFA (Hons) in Dance from The Ohio State University. She is an MA Fine Arts candidate at Lasalle College of the Arts and is rooted in Singapore.

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