Liz Clark works exclusively in early years and with children with special educational needs. She is
Artistic Director of Turned On Its Head,
an independent dance artist with a rich and varied creative, child-led practice
experienced trainer in movement and creativity
Associate Artist for People Dancing with the responsibility for development of a national network to support artists and practitioners who want to work through dance in Early Years.
She blogs thoughts and ideas about creativity, interaction, dance and here at ourcreativeadventure.com
Current projects include:
Developing programmes of dance work for Looked After Children aged 0-4
Research into the well being of babies in day nursery settings using creative movement & improvisation
Using dance as a tool for well being & parental engagement for families with mental health concerns
You can see films of Liz’s work here:
An avid practitioner/researcher Liz's work is informed by attachment and neuroscience alongside her love of improvisation. She is currently a “neuroscience champion” having completed the course Applying Neuroscience to Early Intervention
In 2016 Liz was shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Lionel Bart Award for Children's Theatre for her commitment to early years theatre.