What Moves You CIC – Directors 2022
Dawn Hartley is a Dance Artist with 30 years of experience of working as a performer, choreographer, teacher and engagement specialist. Dawn was Dance Artist for East Lothian Council at The Brunton from 1999 - 2007 and Head of Creative Learning for Scottish Dance Theatre at Dundee Rep from 2007 - 2019. She resumed freelance working in 2019 and worked with Barrowland Ballet, Independance, Lyra, RCS and Company Chordelia. She co-created Sea Path with Quee MacArthur in 2020 and worked with Lyra from 2020 – 2022. Dawn led What Moves You? in 2021. She co-created Creative Paths with Quee MacArthur and Nicola Kennell for Quarriers Carers in partnership with Findhorn Bay Arts.
Lottie Barker is a dance producer and creative arts facilitator based in Dumbarton. She worked with Scottish Dance Theatre Creative Learning whilst at St Andrews University and has also worked with Arts 4 Dementia, the British Ballet Organisation, Dance House Glasgow, Joan Cleville Dance, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Scottish Ballet. Since March 2020, Lottie has been running Clifftop Projects from her home town of Dumbarton, working across various artistic disciplines with all ages and abilities. She enjoys working to ensure the arts can be accessible for all and is passionate about working with those with barriers or perceived barriers to participation.
Amanda Chinn started her career as a theatre stage manager before moving into producing theatre and dance. She worked for many years as General Manager for Scottish Dance Theatre at Dundee Rep.
Quee MacArthur writes and plays bass in Shooglenifty and has composed for many dance and theatre productions. Quee co-created Sea Path with Dawn Hartley in 2020. He also created a remote collaboration project, Telluric Translations, and is now recording an album from the resulting music. He co-created Creative Paths with Dawn Hartley and Nicola Kennell for Quarriers Carers in partnership with Findhorn Bay Arts.
Elaine Rietveld is a flautist with over 20 years of experience as a Woodwind Instructor over 5 different local authorities in Scotland. Elaine has trained in Kodaly and Dalcroze methods of music learning in the UK and Hungary.