Rosemary Lee is a choreographer who makes large-scale, site-specific performances, solo works, short films and video installations. She trained at the Laban Centre for Movement and Dance and writes and lectures internationally. Her work explores our relationship to our environment.
Rosemary is developing a new performance for Par beach near St Austell, commissioned by CAST and Dance Republic 2. The performance will be presented as part of the Groundwork season of international contemporary art in Cornwall this summer. In her talk at AMATA Rosemary will describe the development of this work and talk about a range of projects from her 30-year career.
This event is organised by CAST as part of Groundwork and hosted by AMATA. Talks are open to students and the public. Admission is free but booking is required. To book visit: www.amata.org.uk/rosema
Groundwork is a three-year project bringing outstanding art and artists to Cornwall, supported by Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence scheme. Field trips, workshops and events during 2016 and 2017 are building towards a high-profile programme of commissions and sited work in 2018.