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  • “The connection between expressive arts and wellbeing is clear cut and well documented. Working with White & Givan brings quality in-house lived experience to our students narrowing the theory to practice gap in dance science and education. Our priority is to work with schools in areas of multiple deprivation so that they can benefit from informed quality creative movement in their classrooms and have opportunities to engage with the practice and performances by this esteemed artistic duo.” 
    Wendy Timmons, Programme Director, MSc Dance Science and Education at Moray House School of Education
  • “Giving back to the city and to Scotland is a foremost ambition and strategic aim for Moray House School of Education. “Art and health have been at the centre of human interest since ancient times and dance is becoming increasingly important in terms of social justice, engaging women and girls and enhancing quality of life experiences. This third in our series of innovative partnerships with the performing arts industry supports the development of new and inclusive audiences for dance” 
    Dr Rowena Arshad OBE, Head of Moray House School of Education
  • “Giving back to the city and to Scotland is a foremost ambition and strategic aim for Moray House School of Education. “Art and health have been at the centre of human interest since ancient times and dance is becoming increasingly important in terms of social justice, engaging women and girls and enhancing quality of life experiences. This third in our series of innovative partnerships with the performing arts industry supports the development of new and inclusive audiences for dance” 
    Dr Rowena Arshad OBE, Head of Moray House School of Education
  • “The connection between expressive arts and wellbeing is clear cut and well documented. Working with White & Givan brings quality in-house lived experience to our students narrowing the theory to practice gap in dance science and education. Our priority is to work with schools in areas of multiple deprivation so that they can benefit from informed quality creative movement in their classrooms and have opportunities to engage with the practice and performances by this esteemed artistic duo.” 
    Wendy Timmons, Programme Director, MSc Dance Science and Education at Moray House School of Education
  • “Giving back to the city and to Scotland is a foremost ambition and strategic aim for Moray House School of Education. “Art and health have been at the centre of human interest since ancient times and dance is becoming increasingly important in terms of social justice, engaging women and girls and enhancing quality of life experiences. This third in our series of innovative partnerships with the performing arts industry supports the development of new and inclusive audiences for dance” 
    Dr Rowena Arshad OBE, Head of Moray House School of Education
  • “The connection between expressive arts and wellbeing is clear cut and well documented. Working with White & Givan brings quality in-house lived experience to our students narrowing the theory to practice gap in dance science and education. Our priority is to work with schools in areas of multiple deprivation so that they can benefit from informed quality creative movement in their classrooms and have opportunities to engage with the practice and performances by this esteemed artistic duo.” 
    Wendy Timmons, Programme Director, MSc Dance Science and Education at Moray House School of Education
  • “Giving back to the city and to Scotland is a foremost ambition and strategic aim for Moray House School of Education. “Art and health have been at the centre of human interest since ancient times and dance is becoming increasingly important in terms of social justice, engaging women and girls and enhancing quality of life experiences. This third in our series of innovative partnerships with the performing arts industry supports the development of new and inclusive audiences for dance” 
    Dr Rowena Arshad OBE, Head of Moray House School of Education
  • “The connection between expressive arts and wellbeing is clear cut and well documented. Working with White & Givan brings quality in-house lived experience to our students narrowing the theory to practice gap in dance science and education. Our priority is to work with schools in areas of multiple deprivation so that they can benefit from informed quality creative movement in their classrooms and have opportunities to engage with the practice and performances by this esteemed artistic duo.” 
    Wendy Timmons, Programme Director, MSc Dance Science and Education at Moray House School of Education
The dance artist in residency initiative started at University of Edinburgh, Moray House School of Education in 2012 with dance artists, Vincent Hantam and Chris Kidd who developed work with both MSc students in Dance Education and Edinburgh’s school children that successfully premiered in the 2013 and 2014 Oxygen series at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Errol White and Davina Givan of White & Givan are the latest resident artists to build on the Moray House initiative offering innovative new platforms for dance and dance education. For the first time, this third artists’ residency at Moray House School of Education is being developed in strategic partnership with the Traverse Theatre – one of the world renowned institutions showcasing new theatre works since 1963.