Award-winning performance company, Curious Seed, was formed in 2005 by Scottish choreographer, Christine Devaney. Based in Edinburgh, we produce and present compelling, dance theatre work that questions the world we live in; work which touches and moves people, unlocking new ways of experiencing and feeling something different about the world.
We collaborate with exceptional artists - musicians, actors, dancers, designers and video makers – to create emotionally charged performances that reach across ages and art forms, and to bring something unique to the dance landscape of Scotland. Our work has been presented across the globe from Milan to Macao, New Zealand to Norway; appearing at prestigious international festivals and venues from Sadler’s Wells to Sydney Opera House.
Our work is researched, developed, and managed by a small core team of people. We collaborate with many other partners and organisations at home and abroad to create, produce and share our projects and performances.
Christine Devaney | Artistic Director | email@example.com
Leigh Robieson-Cleaver | Job Share Producer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicky Rutherford-O'Leary | Job Share Producer | email@example.com
BOARD OF TRUSTEES:
Lucy Mason | Arts Manager & Consultant
Darrell Williams | Chief Operating Officer, Edinburgh International Science Festival
Rachel Edgar | Organisational Consultant
Lucy Clement |Development Manager at Festival City Theatres Trust (Festival & King's Theatres)
Isabel Moura Mendes | Arts Partnership Manager at British Council Scotland
CURIOUS SEED | ARTSPACE | 11 HAREWOOD ROAD | EDINBURGH EH16 4NT
+44 (0)131 659 4744
Curious Seed is a Scottish Incorporated Charitable Organisation (SCIO), with our registered office as above.
Scottish Charity Number: SC045653.
Curious Seed is supported by Creative Scotland.
Curious Seed is a Green Arts Member.
As a Creative Scotland Regularly Funded Organisation, Curious Seed is committed to monitoring and managing its environmental impact; we have developed a comprehensive company Environmental Policy which is available on request. We are proud to be a member of the Green Arts Initiative, an interactive community of arts organisations working to reduce their environmental impact.