Dance artist, creative professional and director of Wookey Works, a platform for dance artists in collaboration with cultural organizations, educational institutions and government agencies in the UK and US.
International program prompting a return to dance, engaging re-performance of works and promoting value in the skills of the dance artist.
A new book on curating dance in galleries and museums in London and New York including interviews with curators and dance artists such as Catherine Wood (TATE Modern); Stephanie Rosenthal (Hayward Gallery); Martin Hargreaves, Siobhan Davies Dance and Yvonne Rainer.
Sara is a certified transmitter of Yvonne Rainer’s iconic work Trio A (1966) and other repertoire works. She is available for teaching, performing and lecturing.
Performances, learning experiences and civic-minded art projects with socially focused possibilities.
Issues of economy, labor and value in the arts with a concern for preservation of and sustainability in dance.
Teaching, performing and lecturing internationally as a certified transmitter of Yvonne Rainer's repertoire, namely, her seminal dance ``Trio A`` (1966).
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Walking into the performance in progress of Paul Bronstein’s “Historical Dances in an Antique Setting” the...
Last night I attended “The Place of Performance in the Museum” conference in the lovely East Room...
My essay on Dance & Performance in the new TATE Modern can be found in the...
Hi and welcome! I look forward to posting here on current projects and musings on dance....
@Sara_Wookey: At TALK AND PERFORMANCE: Joe Moran in conversation with Phyllida Barlow and Martin Hargreaves @ #Delfina
@Sara_Wookey: This explains it when he says, "I'm not a choreographer; I make pictures with people." https://t.co/gkzYqfhBof
@Sara_Wookey: Might I just set the record straight: There was no "Judson Church school of pedestrian movement" Pablo Bronstein https://t.co/hOt83MVZal