If you are dancer who thinks or thinker who dances, maybe you have something to say or a dance research workshop you want to run? The Queer Tango Salon, London September 15 – 16, 2017 offers a unique space for both.
Video (42:24): the London conference Muse of Modernity? Remembering, Mediating and Modernising Popular Dance presentation Panel 1: Dancing memory images. Part 1 of this panel is a presentation co-authored by Ray Batchelor and Jon Mulholland.
We think The Queer Tango Salon really was a success! We had hoped for perhaps 30-35 delegates – by the close we had 65 people who had registered.
Edgardo Fernández Sesma to Join others at The Queer Tango Salon: Connecting Bodies of Knowledge. Edgardo Fernández Sesma, perhaps Buenos Aires’ most indefatigable Queer Tango
Ray Batchelor and Jon Mulholland Will Present The Paper ‘Queer Tango – Bent History?’ At a London Dance Symposium
Muse of Modernity? Remembering, Mediating and Modernising Popular Dance Saturday April 16, 2016 Torrington Room, Senate House, University of London, London, UK This symposium seeks
Join Ray Batchelor, Hélène Marquié and Jon Mulholland in Paris for The Queer Tango Salon: Connecting Bodies of Knowledge – an International Inter-disciplinary Symposium of
Queer Tango hits BBC Radio 4, Wednesday 19th August, 2015 at 8.00 pm.- To what extent is your identity embodied in gender and sexuality? And to what extent do our attitudes towards such things in Queer Tango provide models for the future of wider society?