Oxford Dance Forum
Oxford Dance Forum (ODF) is a collective of professional dance artists. It exists to support the professional development of dance artists in Oxfordshire, at all stages of their career. We recognise, draw on, and invest in the skills of individual dance practitioners. And we celebrate diversity and dancers’ individuality. The forum also aims to be an advocate for dance locally, regionally, and nationally.
ODF is run by a voluntary Steering Group, who makes decisions on behalf of and in the wider interest of the membership. At the AGM on 27 Jan 2022 the steering group was re-elected. Currently serving are: Jenny Parrott, Ségolène Tarte, and Susie Crow.
You can always contact the Steering Group by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
More generally wondering who we are and what we do? Feel free to browse through:
- ODF artist profiles here
- our annual round up of activities for 2021: ODF Steering Group Presentation Jan 2022
- the minutes from our latest open meeting: ODF AGM and Open Meeting 27 Jan 2022
And here is our latest newsletter
Keen to join our professional dance community? Check out how membership works.
Open invitation to join the Oxford Dance Forum steering group!
Do you want to make sure that ODF is your collective?
We are presently seeking members willing to join the steering group!
Any member of ODF can join the steering group (see how to become an ODF member here).
Interested in helping to support the running of the collective?
Learn more about what it entails by reading our (pdf) ODF Steering Group – Formalisation protocol Dec 2019. And of course, don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions by emailing email@example.com
Finally, a grateful note:
Thanks to a small amount of leftover funding (from a previous project; see Archive), ODF can employ a 1-day-per-week administrator. She is a great asset to the smooth day-to-day running of the collective.
[Last updated 23 April 2022]