The last month of the year is fast approaching! Join us for a great line-up to end 2023
Come and move with us, here is the line-up:
We have a new look!
Our professional classes program has expanded significantly, developed in collaboration with organisations and Freelance Artists. Recognising the need for a fresh look, we consulted with local dance artists to create a brand-new design.
The three words—BRUM, PRO, and CLASS—are equally emphasised, reflecting our commitment to Birmingham and the West Midlands, community engagement in creative practice, and the training/sharing of practices.
- BRUM is showing our ambition to remain anchored in Birmingham and the West Midlands for the future vision of our programme
- PRO in relation to the community’s invested interest in creative practice and the provision of professional development opportunities
- finally CLASS relates to the training and sharing of practice between dancers guest artists and workshop leaders.
Through recent inclusivity and accessibility research, we’ve been able to redefine who Brum Pro Class is for and this is the working definition we came up with: “Brum Pro Class is for all regional dance artists with and aspiring to an established practice and who have an invested interest in the professional dance sector and its development”
While maintaining the iconic orange colour, our new logo incorporates dynamic textures, symbolizing the Collective’s constant evolution.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on our exciting logo update! Share your feedback with us.
We’ve expanded our social media presence
To better connect with our vibrant community, we’ve joined additional platforms, and we can’t wait to engage with you in more ways than ever.
Follow us, share your videos and pictures with us and help to spread the word:
Brum Dance Network Social
Join our partners Birmingham Dance Network (BDN) for their last social of the year, where Paul Russ (FABRIC) will join the conversation about recent changes, reflections and opportunities for the dance community in the city.
December’s BDN Social will take place at CDOB’s Brazilian Centre in Birmingham right after Brum Pro Class.
This is a free event however you will need to book your place. There will be refreshments provided and there is also hot and cold food available if you are feeling peckish.
Paul Russ, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of FABRIC, is delighted to join the BDN social and share with you the organisation’s development, in the first year since its formation. BDN will facilitate this open discussion which will also reflect on the significant recent changes within the City, providing an opportunity for constructive discourse, reflection and collaboration.
PS: Message BDN via social media with any questions or thoughts you’ve got for Paul in advance.