Miss Ailsa Richardson

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Ailsa is a performer, dancer, facilitator and teacher and has been engaged with making multidisciplinary and site responsive performance since 1997. She has performed and directed her own work and performed and trained with companies such as Kneehigh Theatre, The Centre for Performance Research, de Quincey company, as well as undertaking public art projects and participatory projects in the community. She also teaches a moving meditation and ecstatic dance practice called 'Movement Medicine'.

Currently she teaches the practice and theory of performance at Bristol University and Royal Holloway as well as facilitating her own workshops and one-one training. Her current artistic and research interests include investigations of embodiment and interventions in the practices of Goat Island Performance Group and BodyWeather, collaborative creative process and re-thinking models of community.

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