Led by Dr Ruth Pethybridge, the Cross-Generational Dance project focuses on choreographic processes and performances involving parents and children. This project examines the relationships that are re-orientated through the act of dancing together. Beneficial to health and wellbeing, dance has the capacity to connect people across generations. The project also considers the role of the dance artist going into specific environments to lead dance.
This project is a part of the Multigenerational Living & Learning research programme.