LIGHT MOVES 2015 FESTIVAL AWARDS

Monday, 23 November, 2015 - 18:54

The Light Moves 2015 Festival Awards were presented on the final day of the festival.
We're delighted to announce the awardwinners in each category below. Our congratulations to all the nominees and award recipients!

Light Moves Festival Prize:
Liquid Gold is the Air
UK
Created by Roswitha Chesher, Rosemary Lee;
Choreographer: Rosemary Lee.
(Image: Still from Liquid Gold is the Air)

Award for Most Innovative Use of Sound:
The Touch Diaries
UK
Director/choreographer: Lisa May Thomas;
Music: Simon Preston;
Sound Design: Jonny Crew.

Award for Outstanding Irish Work
Chaplet of Roses
Ire
Director: Colin Gee;
Choreographers: Colin Gee, Anglie Smalis.

Outstanding Student Work Award
Joint award winners:
Fence
Canada
Director/Choreographer: Camille Jemelen

and

Release
Ire
Director/Choreographer: Conor O'Brien

Special mention:
Stoixeia/Elements, by Limerick Youth Dance

For a full list of the nominees in each section, please visit the Light Moves Facebook page (link on right)

Announcements

What Next - Closing Party | Music for Chameleons with Padraic E. Moore | Sat 10
WHAT NEXT - PROGRAMME 3 | SATURDAY 10 FEB
What Next - Programme 2 | Saturday 10 Feb
What Next - Programme 1 | Friday 9 Feb

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