A podcast for dancers and creatives covering all aspects of what it means to build a career in the entertainment industry, offering support and guidance gained throughout our experiences around the world.
Labelling your dance class as "Urban" is fundamentally a commentary on Black culture that is not fully understood or appropriate. We discuss the implications of this in this podcast and, more deeply, what this requires in terms of leadership both on part of dancers and the teachers around the world that we know and respect.
Today we talk about how addressing the way we work together in the dance industry, throughout a number of subjects, will help us to understand how we can become better critical thinkers and conversationalists while doing our part to address social injustices through art.
We should acknowledge the silence we are facing in our lives as an opportunity to push ourselves into the unknown, that affords us the space to build on our self-worth and confidence at this time. Create a new view on where you’re taking your career, and remember to be gentle with yourself!
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Today we go deep with the incredible Zoee Marsh across the board on finding distinctions between who we are as people, how that compares to who we are as creatives, and how defining our purpose lends to genuine fulfilment and happiness while navigating a career with all kinds of unknowns.
We chat it up with the young and incredible Candy Tong about her background jumping back and forth between Dance, Fashion, and formal studies in college as she treks a path through uncertainty, hard times, and ultimately triumph and motivation to move forward. Her experience shows us today that anything you can imagine for your career is entirely possible, maybe just not in the way you expect it.
This evening we open up about how education in Dance requires the application of long-acknowledged professional standards in order to tangibly achieve future opportunities for all who work diligently and with integrity. We open up some critical perspectives and guidance on teaching, to encourage dialogue and understanding amongst artists, for making the best of our efforts towards self-development at this time.
Tonight we jump on board with Phillipe Witana from New Zealand on some of what it’s like to live in China, as a dancer moving into film direction, and how the Eastern experience has influenced our understanding of how to unlock our fullest potential as creatives.
Today we feature @tarikfrimpong , creative extraordinaire currently in Melbourne, Australia as we encourage artists to leave the nest and explore life and work outside their local communities. Tarik shares a bit with us about how moving into Acting has helped reinvigorate his relationship with Dance.
Skill building when you have time and space to focus can be an invaluable addition to your self-worth and confidence as an artist. This, especially for when we get back to real life to renew the hustle once again.
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Today we encourage dancers to recognise that they are the ones who make up the room. If you see something wrong, speak up. Be a competitor for the sake of reaching the goals you set for yourself, and make sure the people you consider your teachers are leaders both in and out of the studio.
We open up on issues about dance professionals showing kindness and compassion to each other, especially during a time like what we are facing with COVID-19, in the ironic midst of the "Artists Supporting Artists" sticker on Instagram.
Dane Ram and Rose Alice say hello and talk a bit about new initiatives for Loudgroupe and what dancers can hope to hear from our future podcasts.
Loudgroupe is a creative management company representing artists leading innovation in dance. Our purpose is to generate cutting-edge collaborations globally. We support our clients with all-around creative development from concept to production, sourcing artists for brands, performance, commercials, music videos and others.