Pundits at Pan
Over the year we provide masterclasses with artists who work with professionals and non-professionals and beyond their art form. This provides an opportunity for artists to learn new skills, professionally develop their own art form and network, and injects new ideas into our artist pool. Elsa Wolliaston the doyenne of Creative African Dance came from Paris to lead the first masterclass weekend at Rose Bruford College and the Place with Jean Yves Colson, her percussionist. It was an unforgettable experience which we hope to develop into a longer project. It was supported by ADAD and Freddie Opoku-Addaie.