We’d like to offer a huge thank you to dance artists Anthea McWilliams, Dee Grant, Cai Tomos and Cassie Meador for leading our digital terms of classes in 2021.
Anthea has been working in community dance in Northern Ireland for over 30 years and particularly enjoys working/ dancing with older people. Find out more about her work with Age on Stage HERE.
Dee is the current Dance Artist in Residence at Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford. Her residency dance documentary film ‘The Resilience of Memory’ , features older dancers from her weekly group Best Foot Forward Dance Club, Waterford – watch it HERE.
Cai is an Independent Dance artist and Art Psychotherapist. His practice spans from dancing and making, to facilitating arts and health work with people of all ages both in hospitals and in theatre settings. He runs an Elders Performance Company, CAIN, in North Wales and offers workshops in the UK and abroad. Read more about his practice HERE.
Cassie is Maryland-based choreographer, arts leader, and Executive Artistic Director of Dance Exchange. Her performance projects activate ways for communities to collaborate and vision together across generations. In May 2021, Cassie was the co-creative director of the Dance On Festival, an online festival celebrating aging with dance, creativity, and connection. Read more about Dance Exchange’s Dance On: Creative Aging program HERE.