Ink Dance, a dance company based in Sheffield, have announced a new and exciting social media campaign that will profile those who are directly affected by the work that Ink does within the community.
The campaign will focus on dancers, teachers and parents to form a unique blog on the team's website. The profile will include images, class and performance footage and extracts about what Ink means to them.
The social media campaign, #ThisisINK, will be pushed through Ink's Facebook, Twitter, Instagram accounts and will direct people back to the website.
Coming at a busy time for Ink, ahead of their annual summer performances, the campaign will follow Ink's key messages of an all inclusive community way of working, as well as promotion of health and well being.
Ink, who specialise in commercial dance, are made up of a team of dedicated, qualified teaching staff and around 40 dancers. The company have taught 100s of youngsters aged 6-30 since being founded in 2012 by lead choreographer and teacher, Suzy Dyson.
Suzy Dyson, 25, said: "We are so excited to get going with this campaign to celebrate how Ink positively contributes towards so many people here in Sheffield. I love seeing people develop and grow and that's something I really take pride in. Five years ago when founding INK, that was my first main aim – to give something back to the community."
New for the summer, Ink have announced a new partnership with Championship Football Club Sheffield Wednesday and their Education Programme to roll out a BTEC Dance course for students aged 16-18. The course will follow several disciplines and will follow a blend of theoretical study and practical. The course can be found on UCAS. For more information on the course, please contact email@example.com
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