Following our partnership in 2021 on the Why Dance animation project, (which shared research outcomes from Parkinson's Dance classes at Pavilion Dance South West), we came together again in 2022 to expand upon this collaboration for Parkinson's Awareness Day.
This revisit saw us focus on in-person interaction and engagement with the previous work - involving curation of an exhibition at Pavilion Dance South West’s studio in Bournemouth, and live painting through a Parkinson's dance class on the event day coordinated with dance class leaders Dr Sophia Hulbert and Aimee Hobbs, and producer Lisa Oakley.
"Corrianna is a warm person and we were delighted to bring her into the fold of our Parkinson's Dance community through animation, an exhibition and a live art response to movement.
For me, Corrianna brought a thoughtful and authentic approach to our collaboration, often seeing beyond the brief and opening up other possibilities for the benefit of those involved. Corrianna is generous with her ideas and commitment to a project, often resulting in a more meaningful and creative outcome.
I would highly recommend Corrianna if you are working within a community context that requires sensitivity, thought and someone who invests into connecting with those involved whether artists, organisations or participants." - Lisa Oakley, Pavilion Dance South West