Teaching, Workshops and Mentoring

Jennifer has extensive experience in teaching and facilitating and has specialised in developing an inclusive practice that makes dance accessible to everyone. She teaches regularly around the UK and as guest lecturer internationally.
She develops, facilitates and leads workshops internationally with ironINC in Africa and makeAMPLIFY and as a freelance teacher and facilitator. She has been youth leader with Cando 2 Youth Company, technique tutor on Candoco’s groundbreaking Foundation in Dance Program for dancers with disabilities, and was a delivering artist with Akademi’s RE:ACT and ASPIRE programs that worked with over 1800 young people across London.
Jennifer teaches across a range of topics including contemporary technique, choreographic practice, professional development, mentoring, and self-managed artistic practice schemes. Further examples include:

UK

AESOP – Dance To Health Program Choreographer and Facilitator
Akademi South Asian Dance UK
Anchor Refugee Project
Big Dance
B Project Empowerment for Young Women
Birmingham Metropolitan College
Brixton Refugee Association
Candoco Dance Company
Chisenhale Dance Space
Dance Digital
Dancefest
East London Dance – Associate Artist 
English National Opera
Generating Company
Generation Arts – Associate Artist
Leeds TLC
Middlesex University
New Adventures: Rebourne 
The Place
Razor’s Edge Theatre
Royal College of Music
Sadlers Wells – Young Associates Program – Visiting Artist/ Mentor
Shift! Youth Dance Company
St. George’s College in Surrey
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Dance and Music – Post Graduate Diploma in Community Practice Guest Lecturer
University of the Arts: London College of Fashion – MA Costume in Performance Visiting Lecturer
Urdang Academy
Youth Dance England

 

International
University of Hawaii at Hilo – Guest Lecturer
Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda – Guest Lecturer
International School Fiji
Sauti Afrika in Nairobi, Kenya
Adugna Dance Theatre in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
British Council Schools, Lebanon
OYO, Namibia
Ezzat Ezzat Contemporary Dance Studios in Cairo, Egypt
EMYS, Yukon Territory, Canada
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