Yorkshire Dance - Dance Insights debate

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Published on November 26, 2013

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Yorkshire Dance hosted the Dance Insights conference in Doncaster, Wed 20 Nov 2013. The day-long conference ended with a debate which had been trailed for four weeks on Facebook and Twitter, with four questions posted as provocations.

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Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q1. Why should youth dance be subsidised?

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q1. Why should youth dance be subsidised? @LdnYouthDance without youth dance we'd be nothing @kenparry would a more +ve question be 'why should we invest in dance for young people?' Does 'subsidy' = 'handout'? @Lisekit The commercial reason: an investment in future generations so that UK can compete on world stage. The noncommercial reason: so that dance at all levels remains the preserve of the many, and not simply the few. @LockInDanceShow so that EVERYONE can enjoy it and so commercialism doesn't control artistic direction. @TimebankLeeds a cultural society is a better functioning one - starting with young people is key if we want a better future. Cluny Macpherson, Leeds City Council It's not subsidy, it's investment!

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q2.What’s so uniquely important about youth dance anyway??

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q2.What’s so uniquely important about youth dance anyway?? @SwindonDance it allows young people to dance, create, learn, perform & grow as both dancers & young people @HelentipladyRIO gives young people a voice they don't otherwise have. Enables yp able to problem solve and communicate @dutchyinleeds Accessibility, relevance, choreographic innovation, raw passion& talent, inclusivity, creative leadership by young people, empowerment, diversity and more innovation... don't get me started! @ArlenePhillips retweeted the question... @GregMulholland1 retweeted the question...

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q3. Why should dance be taught in schools?

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q3. Why should dance be taught in schools? @ebolland Dance is a way to build confidence, develop creativity, promote group work skills and success can be measured, plus it's FUN @DanceMatters Dance is brilliant at improving kids’ fitness, listening skills, patience, resilience, communication, stickability… I wonder if #Gove dances….? Louise Sherring It teaches discipline, creativity, problem solving, critical analysis, team and trust work. Develops leaders, thinkers, artists. Donna Ladle Because dance is a sport which strengthens the body and keeps you fit and healthy, it can also lead to successful careers in many areas such as theatre, teaching, community support, physiotherapy and much much more, dance is a gift @Lisekit Because the chance to move, create and express brings joy to young people of all ages including groups in very challenging circumstances, and in corners we might not expect until we get there.

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q4. What does the future look like for youth dance in the UK?

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q4. What does the future look like for youth dance in the UK? @Zoe_Parker that's a tricky one... depends what happens long term with maintaining opportunities for all young people to dance. hate to sound negative but potentially bleak and uneven access if cuts continue... @dutchyinleeds The future for #youthdance in the UK? Dance never quite understood by politicians as well as music: why is that?

Join the Dance Insights debate now on Twitter #DanceInsights Q4. What does the future look like for youth dance in the UK? @Zoe_Parker that's a tricky one... depends what happens long term with maintaining opportunities for all young people to dance. hate to sound negative but potentially bleak and uneven access if cuts continue... @dutchyinleeds The future for #youthdance in the UK? Dance never quite understood by politicians as well as music: why is that?

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