"The more voices we hear,
the louder we become"
Who We are
Tired Movement has a mission which is to unite the dance community with a seamless line of communication, that both educates and motivates teachers of our future generation. We hear the voices of the dance community and we will help them become louder together to make sure we are heard.
Creating a movement that is inclusive, informative and provides a safe space for honest conversations along with inciting regular
observations of the appropriate delivery of inclusive dance education.
Our Diversity Promise
We promise to drive the changes that need to be made to improve accessibility and inclusivity in dance education.
We promise to listen to your voices and amplify them, so that the industry listens.
We promise to develop a movement for the dance community that allows dancers of all ethnic backgrounds to feel fully represented.
We promise to promote inclusivity in everything we achieve and champion the underrepresented voices.
We promise to share this journey with you regardless of race or gender and create inclusive opportunities for the future.
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The first in our series of Talking Dance events, we hosted Talking Dance: Improving Racial Equity on the 29 June. Made possible by the society’s grant from the Cultural Recovery Fund, the event brought together leading organisations to discuss the roadblocks to achieving diversity in dance education and training and how these can be dismantled at every level of dance teaching, creating a vision for a future of inclusive and diverse dance.
This industry-wide online symposium, held in partnership with The TIRED Movement (Trying to Improve Racial Equality in Dance), and world-leading dance teaching organisations BBOdance, Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD), International Dance Teachers Association (IDTA) and Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) explores how to improve racial diversity in the independent dance sector.