12 June

Being Seen

 
Jo will be collaborating with Contact Dance Company.

 

Contact Dance Company has built a strong reputation for its powerful and eloquent brand of contemporary inclusive dance, full of depth and connection…

 

BEING SEEN explores equality, difference and togetherness and offers a poignant commentary coming from the moment we are living in.
Jo begins working with the company in the next weeks and has previously led movement workshops with the company’s dancers. “I want to create something that is immediate, intimate and playful.” Jo Fong.  The cast of disabled and non-disabled dancers will leave you in no doubt that this is the perfect time to catch inclusive dance at its best.

 

7.30PM | £10 CONC. £4 OFF
 

To see more about the company and the work they do click HERE

 

Photo: Ray Jacobs

27 May

Summerhall Edinburgh

Open Minds Open Doors

Neither Here Nor There will be part of Sumerhall’s Festival programme 2019.

15-25th August

19.15 

Courtyard 

Venue 26

Click HERE to  book in advance as its a limited capacity

16+

£10/£8

27 May

Classes in Cardiff

Groundwork Pro 

Breath Move Notice Listen

Jo’s working practice is an evolving, interactive and playful approach, incorporating aspects of release, yoga, contact and voice techniques. As a language she has been working on self-generating scores, simple instructions/games that play out, making connection, encouraging awareness, range, presence, multiple outcomes and simple acts like noticing.

26 May

Neither Here Nor There

Created and Hosted by Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes

2019 Touring continues 

“A rare experience” Arts Scene Wales 

Chepstow Drill Hall*

9th March

4pm and 7pm

Presented by Break and Bell.

£10/£8

Swansea, Volcano Theatre 

28th March

4pm and 7pm 

£5 Festival ticket

Exeter, scarethehorses.com

12th April 7.30pm

13th April 11am

£12/£10

Cardiff, Chapter Arts Centre

7th 8th 9th June 7pm (English)

8th and 9th June 4pm (Cymraeg)

£10/£8

Performances in Welsh are hosted by artists Eddie Ladd and Sara McGaughey.

Eddie Ladd a Sara McGaughey fydd yn arwain y perfformiadau yn Gymraeg.

London, Bush Theatre 

10th June 5.30pm and 8pm

11th June 11am

£10/£8

”A leap of faith” Culture Colony Magazine

Harstad, Arctic Arts Festival

Norway

26th June 1pm and 4pm

festspillnn.no/en

Furnace, Capel y Graig

6th July 4pm (Cymraeg)

6th July 7pm (English)

£8/5 capelygraig.org

Edinburgh Festival

Summerhall

15-25th August 7.15pm

summerhall.co.uk

Jo and Sonia are ‘two middle-aged international provincial artists’. They have questions about how it’s all going, the big unfathomable questions about the world and small questions about the state of your garden. Complexity takes time, it requires multiple voices, many levels of expertise.

They’d like you to join the conversation.

*Chepstow Drill Hall is supported by Arts Council Wales Night Out Scheme

Photo Lidia Crisafulli
Photograher London

 
3 May

What is Community?

Gather Up  is an initiative led by Bristol’s artists Laila Diallo, Katherine Hall and Lisa May Thomas

Jo led a physical workshop and a discussion on the notion of What is Community?

Our findings are HERE

 
3 May

Writing in Response – Bristol

 
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8 April

Announcing further London performances

As part of an artist take over at Bush Theatre

Project 2036

Thanks to Salome Wagaine, Emily Aboud and Bisola Alabi

Neither Here Nor There

Touring 2019

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4 April

Surf the Wave Showcase

4 April

Cardiff classes with Groundwork Pro

With Groundwork Pro

 
For more details click HERE 
13 February

A day in Bristol – Gather Up

MOVEMENT WORKSHOP AND GATHERING WITH JO FONG – TOGETHER

Saturday, March 30, 2019
10:00 AM 4:30 PM
Circomedia
St Paul’s Church, Portland Square, Bristol BS2 8SJ UK
Jo Fong is an artist living and working in Cardiff. Her work reflects the need in these times for people to come together. Her practice has been informed by notions of inclusivity, participation and is about being present, this moment, communication, listening, face to face encounters and the idea of forming community.

Gather up is a new artist-led initiative offering a programme of dance activity with a particular focus on contemporary movement practice and choreography

For full details see their website GATHER UP