Yassmin V. Foster
Dance - Practice| Production| Research
Yassmin is an international dance artist, creative producer and scholar. She is influenced by her heritage and experience of black culture, in particular the artistic expression of dance and music. Yassmin is a champion for interdisciplinary, cross-cultural and multi art form collaborative journeys, and advocates for dance as intangible cultural heritage.
She combines her artistic flare with sound knowledge and experience in finance, arts management and statistical analysis. Affording her upward mobility in producing work that is aesthetic, social and economic. Yassmin works in live arenas, for online media and outdoor events to develop artists and audiences.
Since graduating MA Choreomundus - International Master in Dance Knowledge, Practice and Heritage, Yassmin continues to present her research, which has featured as part of,
Collegium for African Diaspora Dance conference - Duke University (North Carolina, US)
Black Dance Research Project - Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith (London) Funded by Arts Council England
Framing the Critical Decade: After the Black Arts Movement conference - Bristol University (Bristol)
ADAD Open Stage event - Pegg Studio Theatre (Bristol)