Imaginate Chief Executive Paul Fitzpatrick reflects on what theatre and dance can bring to children in these stressful times.

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Kate Temple's second blog about her Immerse residency with St David's RC Primary School, talking about weeks 5 and 6.

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Vince Virr is a dance artist based in Scotland who has performed at the Children's Festival many times. Here he reflects on his experience being in lockdown in two countries, China and now Scotland, and what he has learned from that.

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Brian Hartley's second blog about his Immerse residency with St Ninian's R.C. Primary School, talking about weeks 4 and 5

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Jim Manganello's second blog about his Immerse residency with Forthview Primary School

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Brian Hartley's first blog about his Immerse residency with St Ninian's R.C. Primary School, talking about weeks 1 - 3

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Jim Manganello's first blog about his Immerse residency with Forthview Primary School

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Read about the PUSH and PUSH+ artists programmed as part of the this year's krokusfestival as the connections between partners and artists continues to grow.

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The PUSH+ Home Lab finished at Showbox Festival in December 2019 in a programme that explored Home through performances and discussions that included a number of artists from PUSH. Here the Scenekunstbruket team reflect on that.

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Katy Wilson's first blog about her Immerse residency with Brunstane Primary School, talking about weeks 1 and 2.

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Kate Temple's first blog about her Immerse residency with St David's RC Primary School, talking about weeks 1 - 4.

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At Imaginate we are grappling with how to respond to the climate crisis and reduce the amount we fly, while retaining our international outlook. Read on to find out why, and how you can help.

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Hannah Venet's second blog about her Immerse residency with Canal View Primary School talking about weeks 4 - 6 including the P6 boat trips on the canal.

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Oliver Emanuel is one of Imaginate's 2019/20 Accelerator artists, with funding and time to research and develop a new piece of writing for young audiences called I Am Tiger. This is his first blog post, reflections on his research into how to talk to children about death.

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Birds of Paradise recently did an Imaginate residency with Pilrig Park School at the end of 2019, here Artistic Director Robert Gale talks about the experience and what they learned.

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Mamoru Iriguchi has been supported by Imaginate and PUSH to explore a new performance project for teenagers about genders and sexuality. Here he talks about what he has learned so far and what his hopes for the future are.

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