A free outdoor photo exhibition
Worcester city centre, Thursday 1 April-Friday 14 May
Choreographer and photographer, Mark Anderson of infuseDANCE, and Clare Wood of Dancefest, worked with people all ages just before lockdown - in dance classes, schools, and community groups.
They used dance and photography to reimagine buildings and spaces in Worcester, to mark Dancefest’s 30th anniversary.
Mark also worked with youth dance companies at Dancefest’s Youth Movement performance at Artrix, Bromsgrove, exploring how the theatre’s indoor and outdoor spaces might be used.
Some of the stunning photos created are brought together in Reimagine, a large-scale outdoor photographic trail, free for all the family to enjoy in a safe and socially distant way.
Follow the photo trail
Follow our trail of photographs on banners, screens and in shop windows around Worcester city centre.
Download our Reimagine Trail Guide and Map to get more involved, and do the tour all in one go!
You'll find photographs in Angel Place, Crowngate, The Hive, along The Arches next to the railway, on the racecourse railings next to Croft Road Car Park, and in Infirmary Walk - see if you can spot anyone you know!
We'd like to thank everyone who took part in the project and whose photos appear in the exhibition: ACE Youth, Droitwich Spa High School, Flexus Dance Collective, Lyppard Grange Primary School, Man Made Youth, ME Dance Company, Sterran Touring Company and Dancefest groups.
Photos on this page - Droitwich Spa High School, Flexus Dance Collective
Sadly, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we can't perform live dance alongside the exhibition, as we'd originally planned - so we're handing that job over to you!
Why not take your own photos and videos in response to the images, write something about them, rename them or follow the suggestions in your trail map?
Share your photos and videos on social media, tag Dancefest and use the hashtag #ReimagineDancefest
Many thanks to Arts Council England, Crowngate, Worcester City Council, University of Worcester, The Hive, Worcester Racecourse, The Rowlands Trust and City Signs for their support