University Of Chichester Dance Staff

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University Of Chichester Dance Staff

Staff Profiles

Meet our team…

Cathy Childs
Head of Dance Department
Professor Jane Bacon
Professor in Dance and Somatic Practices
Professor Sarah Rubidge
Professor Emerita
Dr Andrea Davidson
Senior Lecturer
Virginia Farman
Senior Lecturer
Dr Yael Flexer
Senior Lecturer & Co-Artistic Director for mapdance
Detta Howe
Senior Lecturer & Co-Artistic Director for mapdance
Dr Victoria Hunter
Senior Lecturer and MA Co-ordinator
Jayne McKee
Senior Lecturer
Dr Ann Nugent
Senior Lecturer
Dr Clare Parfitt
Senior Lecturer
Natalie Rowland
Senior Dance Technician & Senior Lecturer
Fiona Wallis
Fiona Wallis
Senior Lecturer & BA Admissions Tutor
Carrie Whitaker
Senior Lecturer
Marisa Zanotti
Senior Lecturer
Paula Conduit
Paula Borges
Associate Lecturer (Contemporary)
Gemma Donohue
Associate Lecturer (Contemporary)
Ruth Egerton-Stein
Associate Lecturer (Ballet)
Victoria Fox
Associate Lecturer (Contemporary)
Julia Hall
Associate Lecturer (DMP)
Nanette Kincaid
Associate Lecturer (Contemporary)
Carmine De Amicis
Associate Lecturer (Contemporary Dance Technique)
Gemma Harman
Senior Lecturer (Theory)
Jason Keenan-Smith
Senior Lecturer (Theory and Technique)
Miranda Labuschagne
BA Dance Administrator & Associate Lecturer (Pilates)
Celena Monteiro
PhD Student and Associate Lecturer
KJ Mortimer
Associate Lecturer (Contemporary)
Richard Slaughter
Associate Lecturer (Ballet)
Sharna Travers-Smith
Sharna Travers-Smith
Associate Lecturer (Somatic Practices)
Ceyda Tanc
Associate Lecturer (Contemporary)
Caroline Waters
Associate Lecturer (Contact Improvisation)
Mike Bignell
Dance Technician
Sue Francis
MA Administrator

Department of Dance

Do you have an existing passion for dance that you want to develop and refine? Studying Dance at Chichester will fuel your passion and interest in the industry. It offers the opportunity to extend and develop your dance technique and choreographic skills, whilst studying and engaging in academic and vocational studies. Understanding dance within a wider perspective will help you to develop skills to enable you to find a career that you are both qualified for and passionate about.