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An illustration showing dancing figures
Jem Clancy, Animation stills, 2021. Courtesy the artist

Jem Clancy: Film Screenings

  • Wed 23 Feb
  • 10am–5pm
  • South Bank Room, The Tetley
  • Free, no booking required

Jem Clancy presents an installation of films and animations developed during Tetley’s Associate Artists’ Programme.

Clancy’s hand drawn animations explore different ways of capturing dance and movement based on her choreography work with other dancers.

Inviting the dancers to consider what dance means to them, she uses line drawings to create energetic figures which inhabit personal worlds and reveal stories about each dancer.

Working with projection, Clancy invites us to move through the space between the illuminated figures.

Online screening

We also screened Clancy’s animations online too for one week only, until Wednesday 2 March.

We recommend that you use headphones for an immersive experience.

About

Jem Clancy is a visual and movement artist based in Leeds, passionate about dance and art as a means towards communication and connection. She is particularly keen to embrace and promote diversity and inclusion through all elements of her work.

Clancy’s recent commissions include Virtual Dancing for Expressions 2021 for Northern Ballet and Youth dance, youth voices: Experiences and Aspirations for Yorkshire Dance.

Access

  • This event will take place in the South Bank Room on our ground floor. There are accessible toilets on the ground floor.
  • Our lift is located at the rear of our building for access to all floors.
  • Please call us on 0113 320 2323 or email reception@thetetley.org if you have any specific questions about access.