Moving Assembly Project is inspired by the need to celebrate dance as a cross-cultural art form belonging to a shared human identity. Starting by connecting London with the harbour city of Port Elizabeth in South Africa it aims to connect people from diverse backgrounds and communities from all corners of the world, through facilitating the creation and tuition of dance. Find out more about our work.
MAP employs a team of highly skilled, practicing Performance Art professionals to deliver dance and choreography workshops to vulnerable youth in disadvantaged areas of the world. Our team also provide vital mentor support to students in addition to collaborating with local artists to create unique, cross cultural performances.
MAP has teamed up with celebrated South African Photographer, Karl Schoemaker, who is our official project photographer. In 2017 we have delivered our first Photography workshops with Karl lecturing on and delivering workshops on how to capture the nuances of life through the lens.
MAP are excited to be in talks with American Architect, Adam Kalkin to plan and design an inexpensive creative arts studio and performance space using recycled shipping containers. We look forward to starting our studio fundraising campaign in 2018.