Reviews and Promotional Press
Tuesday 23rd November 5:00-6:00pm
Free Zoom Workshop
Grace is holding a free online movement workshop inspired by
The Airthrey Dance Trail.
Suitable for anyone to join aged 12 and upwards.
For more information and to book click the link below:
On Saturday 28th August 2021 Grace was invited to perform live excerpts of the Airthrey Dance Trail for the Stirling Photography Festival at the University of Stirling Campus.
The day was truly magical with the connection between different art forms; dance, poetry and photography.
You can see a video created by Zephyra Durkin above and alongside is a gallery of photographs by Jade Scott Photography.
“Its been really good to be involved in a project that combines a multiple of creative disciplines, from filmmaking, dance, poetry, narration to graphic design, and to blend them together into one interactive experience. Its really unusual and I hope many people go on the trail and enjoy all these elements in the real locations, it really makes a difference.”
Film maker Michael Rea
“The Airthrey Dance Trail was great to be involved with. The fusion of movement, nature and words opened a dream-like creative space - a clearing in a forest.” - Poet Frances Ainslie
Click the Scene Stirling link to view the press release for the launch of The Airthrey Dance Trail in July 2021.
“The Art Collection’s focus is to make art and culture a part of everyday life for staff, students and visitors. This trail will encourage visitors to engage with our beautiful campus and to explore the many ways in which people can creatively respond to the nature that surrounds them.”
Sarah Bromage, Deputy Curator - The University of Stirling Art Collection
The Airthrey Dance Trail has been created through the Scene Stirling Open Grants - funded by Creative Scotland,
Stirling Council and with support from cultural organisations across Stirling.
This project was part funded by the generosity of Grace's aerial students who donated their cancelled classes during lockdown.
Created with support from the University of Stirling Art Collection. Thanks to Michael Rea (filming and editing), Frances Ainslie (poetry), Hannah Uttley (narration of poetry), Arken Creative (map design), Ellen Turner (creative mentor), Nathan Critchlow (writing support).
Film © Grace Turner 2021. Poetry © Frances Ainslie 2021