ICE WATCH Exhibition is set up in the hope more people will understand the reality of climate change by experiencing Ice Watch. By bringing the ice to London, and creating a temporary sculpture similar to the form of an ancient stone circle, Eliasson and Rosing enable us to engage with the ice directly. We can look at it, move around it and touch it.
Sara is Movement Director of Astro Babies: An interactive theatrical experience for babies and their families. Immerse yourself in a world where babies travel through the cosmos in search of discovery, play and relationships. Directed by Jade Lewis.
Astro Babies was part of Oval house FiRST BiTES programme supporting new works-in-development work.
Sara Dos Santos is 1 of 12 British Council - IETM Porto Bursary Winners. IETM (Informal European Theatre Meeting) is a network of over five hundred performing arts organisations and individuals working in contemporary performance in Europe and all over the world.
With this opportunity Sara will continue researching her new piece Journey's as well as continue building international partnerships.
Sara Dos Santos is proud to be this years artistic director of Curve Creative Dance Company A new contemporary dance company run by aspiring artists for aspiring artists in association with Buckinghamshire New University. Catch us at Move IT on Friday 16th and Sunday 18th March 2018
Wednesday, November 01, 2017
WAC Arts | Diploma Musical Theatre
Sara is working with WAC Arts Diploma students, choreographing two exciting new Musical Theatre numbers for their end of year show in July 2018. WAC Arts is a organisation providing high quality training for young people regardless of their background or circumstance.
Systems LAB Artist Professional Development Programme
Sara Dos Santos was selected and supported by Easy London Dance to attend the for the Systems LAB Artist Professional Development Programme supporting mid career artists. This fantastic programme was curated by Freddie Opoku-Addaie in partnership with Dance Umbrella
Sara is one of eight artist in this year's Artist Development Programme as part of the British Council's Edinburgh Showcase, alongside the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The programme allows Sara to expand her artistic practice, meet international funders, promoters and artists and continue building international partnerships as she delves more deeply into working internationally.
Whilst in residency with Trinity (Bristol) this Spring, Sara began researching her new piece 'Journeys'. This site specific work in progress piece explores the history and changing demographics of Bristol's Old Market. Look out for this exciting site specific piece in March 2018.
'Frontline' was be showcased at The Place London as part of One Dance UK Trailblazer Showcase. As the Neriah Kumah Legacy Gift recipient Sara's work will be shown alongside Adesola Akinleye and Ithalia Forel and their latest work.
As Artistic Director of East London Dance Youth Company, Sara has had the privilege of creating bespoke dance works for aspiring artists ages 14-18 years. The youth company showcased platforms such as: