Lenguajes en papel VII
Dancers and choreographers Romain Guion and Marta Zollet creating work for THROB: EXPOSURE.
THROB: EXPOSURE promises to be an engaging and lively presentation of new music, poetry and dance followed by an optional ‘conversation’ between the audience and Sue Williams, Dr Nick Ossei-Gerning, poet Rhian Edwards, composer Pete Wyer, dancers and choreographers Romain Guion and Marta Zollet, co-director Roy Campbell-Moore.
Venue: Reardon Smith Theatre, National Museum & Galleries of Wales, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NP
Sunday 8 Nov 2015 at 1.00pm & 3.15pm
Supported by the Arts Council of Wales.
A new body of work exploring new territory of communication within sexual dysfunction, pain, pleasure, disease and their psychological fallout.
Exploring in-depth male vulnerability, particularly within the context of sexual confidence, sexual dysfunction and female sexual autonomy.
Pushing boundaries through conversation THROB offers 3 Conversations as an opportunity to generate important dialogue around the taboo subject of sexual dysfunction.
Working in collaboration with Cardiologist Dr Ossei-Gerning, developing dialogue and workshops with a choreographer, writer, composer and dancers.
Saturday, November 8 at 6:00pm in UTC+04
Cca - Centre of Contemporary Art Tbilisi, Uznadze 51
3rd-25th October 2014
Hole Editions is the imprint of Tamarind Master Printer Lee Turner and was established in 2005. Sue Williams will be working in collaboration with Lee Turner on a production of specialised hand lithography prints in September 2013
Natalie d’Arbeloff, Iwan Bala, G W Bot, David Gould, Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Sue Hunt, Mary Husted, Maggie James, Gukzik Lau, Heather Nixon, Ou Da Wei, Alan Salisbury, Frank Vigneron, Robin Wallace-Crabbe, Lois Williams, Sue Williams
16 visual artists from Wales, England, Hong Kong and Australia were invited to fill Chinese folding books . The resulting exhibition, first seen in the National Library of Wales in 2012, provides a rich variety of work using painting, drawing and mixed media with a wide range of style and subject matter. As each book is viewed we meet an individual voice, a distinctive eye.
Exhibition opened by Jane Hutt AM
Exhibition open 13th April - 10th May 2013
Opening times Tues - Sat, 12 - 5pm
ARTS COUNCIL OF WALES ANNOUNCE THE FUNDING OF 'SHH!' TO TOUR....... MORE INFO TO FOLLOW
Insight talk, performance & visual extract.
Roy Campbell-Moore, Artistic Associate and Founding Director of National Dance Company Wales and Sue Williams, Artes Mundi 2006 finalist will show selections of new choreography and visual concept for a theatrical interpretation of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker and the original E.T.A Hoffman stories that will be performed in Autumn 2011...
If you would like to download the 'small talk, high heels' catalogue you can do so by clicking here.
Acknowled gement to Glyn Vivian Art Gallery and A1 design.
An intriguing and innovative work which takes place in a virtual/installed ‘house'. Co-directed by Artistic Associate of National Dance Company Wales Roy Campbell-Moore and visual artist Sue Williams in collaboration with Chloe Loftus and Jem Treays. Audiences are able to move around as they watch the dysfunctional couple. SHH! is based on the recurring themes of communication in Sue Williams' images.
SHH! was premiered at the Dance House in March 2009.
If you are interested in presenting SHH! at your venue or gallery please contact National Dance Company Wales on 02920 635 600 for more information.
To see a video of the production, click here.
Mike Smith 'recovering from watching another performance of Shh! at the Dance House at Wales Millennium Centre. Even sexier and sensual than before. If you are going to WMC Open Weekend grab a ticket for Shh! Starts at 8pm'.
Jessica Mahoney 'SHH! was really amazing last night. Definitely one of my favourite shows that I've seen at Dance House!'
In response to the misleading inaccuracies published recently in the national press and subsequent discussions on the internet regarding my current project, I wish to make the following statement: