Bookings are now open for the next Nimble Arts Aerial Teacher Training courses. We’re mixing it up this year with and offering 3 x 2 day courses so for those of you asking for the next level, here you are:
Jan 13th/14th – Foundation Level in Aerial Fabric. (Pre-requisite: Introduction to teaching Aerial)
Jan 15th/16th – Intermediate level in Aerial Fabric. (Pre-requisite: Foundation level in Aerial Fabric.)
Jan 17th/18th – Nimble Arts Teachers gathering. Two days of Seminars, Workshops & Sharings; (Prerequisite: Introduction to Teaching Aerials).Read More
We’re delighted to announce the 2nd 2-day Aerial Symposium ‘Dissecting Aerial +’ presented in partnership with One Dance UK and the Point.
Speakers will again include the enlightening Serenity Forchion Smith and Gary Carter alongside James Wellington, (Perform Health – circus physio specialist) and many other inspiring practitioners from the world of aerial and sports/dance science medicine. We’ll also be looking at adaptive and ‘accessible aerial’ and what is meant by that.Read More
Gravity & Levity are thrilled to be hosting members of the Vertical Dance Forum for our 5th meeting as part of our Creative Europe/Arts Council England funded project.
The ‘Alternative Perspectives & Accessible Aerial’ project will be a practical exploration on how to create supportive accessible entry routes to this developing art form for anyone wishing to experience it regardless of their physical or mental disability. Drawing together a group of UK D/deaf & disabled artists, plus core members and dancers of the VDF group.Read More
Gravity & Levity was launched in 2003 by Artistic Director, Lindsey Butcher, to explore the creative and expressive potential in applying a dance aesthetic to aerial suspension techniques, through artistic development, teaching and live productions.
G&L exists to develop and maximise the creative potential of artists and the audience imagination.
We strive to create and present innovative aerial dance that redefines what and where a dance floor can be both for an audience and for ourselves. We present work that is accessible, relevant and offers an alternative perspective on traditional aesthetics in both dance and circus.