Dr Naomi Lefebvre Sell

Dr Naomi Lefebvre Sell

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  • Bath Spa University – EE (1)
  • Dance City/Sunderland University – EE (1)
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  • Book chapter entitled, Moving as a thought process: the practice of choreography through stillness, for the Routledge Dance Companion Series – Editors Prof Helen Thomas & Stacey Prickett- forthcoming 2019
  • International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, Montreal, practitioner wisdom presentation entitled: Mindful Moving: An insight into mindfulness through dance-making and choreography, October 2019
  • 5th International Dance & Somatic Practices Conference – Coventry University – invited presenter – July 2019
  • Perf/Forming Future: Artistic Doctorates in Europe, Middlesex University – invited presenter – April 2019
  • Frontiers of Psychology, Expertise in evaluating choreographic creativity: An online adaption of the Consensual Assessment Technique, co-authored with Lucie Clements, Emma Redding & Jon May, 9:1448. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01448, August 2018
  • Presented in Parallax Trinity Laban Research series Moving as a thought process: studio development and creative encounters + documentary film by Jason Brooks – October 2018
  • Arts Council England, Grant for the Arts funding award – for Part 2 Research and Development – dance-making and mindfulness with Lucille Teppa and Tara Silverthorn – February 2016 – November 2018
  • Journal of Performance and Mindfulness, Moving as a thought process: An insight into mindfulness through dance and choreography, co-authored with Tara Silverthorn & Lucille Teppa, article due to be published Autumn 2018
  • XVII International Conservatory Week Festival, St Petersburg, Russia – invited presenter – October 2017
  • AHRC Leverhulme Imagery project team, In the dancer’s mind: creativity, novelty, imagination, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, September 2014 – December 2017.
  • 4th International Dance & Somatic Practices Conference – Coventry University – invited presenter – July 2017
  • Girls’ Day School Trust, The Cultivation of Mindfulness in Schools conference – invited presenter June 2017
  • Presented at Labanarium, Mental imagery and creativity – University of Surrey – January 2017
  • International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, Hong Kong, practitioner wisdom presentation entitled: Mindful Moving: An insight into mindfulness through dance-making and choreography, October 2017
  • Presented in Parallax Trinity Laban Research series Moving as a thought process: An insight into mindfulness through dance and choreography + documentary film by Jason Brooks – October 2016
  • Performance and Mindfulness International Symposium, Huddersfield University, paper presentation – June 2016
  • Journal Article, Sharing Practitioner wisdom: Collaborative approaches to learning and teaching for contemporary dancers in conservatoire training, Journal of Dance & Somatic Practices, co-authored with Dr Emma Redding & Alison Curtis-Jones – April 2016, Vol 8, No 2.
  • Foundations for Excellence Conference – ‘Meeting the challenges of excellence in Music and Dance’ – invited presenter – November 2015
  • Arts Council England, Grant for the Arts funding award – for Part 1 Research and Development – dharmakaya with Lucille Teppa and Tara Silverthorn – August 2015 – October 2016
  • Co-authored book chapter, Dancing and flourishing: mindful meditation in dance making and performing, with Prof Sarah Whatley in Dance, Somatics and Spiritualties: Contemporary sacred narratives, leading voices in the field, edited by Sarah Whatley, Glenna Batson, Amanda Williamson, Intellect November 2014
  • International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, Basel, Switzerland, practitioner wisdom presentation entitled: Interdisciplinary approaches to learning and teaching for contemporary dancers in conservatoire training, October 2014
  • World Dance Alliance Global Summit, Angers, France, panel presentation entitled: Interdisciplinary approaches to learning and teaching for contemporary dancers in conservatoire training, July 2014
  • PhD Creative Practice (Dance) thesis entitled, dharmakaya: An investigation into the impact of mindful meditation on dancers’ creative processes in a choreographic environment, June 2013
  • Research in Dance Education Volume 11 Issue 3, 251, book review of Charm and speed: virtuosity in the performing arts, A. Howard , June 2010
  • Authored chapter in The artists’ stories: Featuring 30 Canadian Artists, published by Canadian Arts Alliance, June 2006
  • International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, Stockholm, Sweden, The development of a longitudinal inter-disciplinary screening program for full time dance students. Paper presentation, Emma Redding, MSc, Rogerio Correa, Peter Curtis, Sarah Irvine, MSc, Naomi Lefebvre Sell, MA, November 2005