Amy Robinson, RADiate School Visits Officer and Dance Artist

Amy is a freelance Dance Artist and Educator whose work is grounded in contemporary dance technique. She initially trained at Roehampton University, gaining a BA Hons in Dance Studies before going on to complete a graduate internship at TrinityLaban conservatoire.

Amy RobinsonShe specialises in delivering inclusive dance in education and cross-curricular dance projects in schools across London. Working both with schools independently and in partnership with large arts organisations such as TrinityLaban, Royal Academy of Dance, Young Vic and Greenwich Dance. She is a skilled facilitator and educator who is driven by her passion for dance and movement. Her delivery focuses on creatively facilitating participants’ ideas to lead lively, fun, and engaging sessions, whilst championing her artform in an energetic and inclusive way. Beyond the school setting, Amy works in a range of community and inclusion settings where she teaches dance in grassroots community classes, contemporary technique, and dance for health projects. Amy believes passionately in the power of dance to transform lives, build confidence, communication skills, teamwork and self-esteem.

As a choreographer (for both young people and professionals) her work has been shown at venues such as The Place, Bonnie Bird Theatre (Laban), Southbank Centre, Lyric Theatre (Hammersmith), Chisenhale Dance Space, The Painted Hall (Greenwich), Eltham Palace and The National Maritime Museum.