Amanda Hose Hawley
Amanda Hose-Hawley is from Nottingham and is a community dance leader with IMPACD C.I.C.
Tell us about your proposed research/project
I will be developing my practice of co-creating inclusive and accessible original resource based on Laban’s method and VARK in collaboration with dance experts and representatives of target groups of adults living with Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, Autism and learning disabilities.
What do you think are the benefits of working with FABRIC in a Midlands context?
Working at FABRIC, their expert knowledge and our shared vision, will provide me space and time to focus on removing barriers to participation, increase engagement in expressive dance for wellness, inspire creativity, and create communities of adults usually isolated to experience the beneficial impact of dance in a supportive environment.