AWARDS AND FUNDING


AWARDS

2016 – AHRC Film Award Nomination (Faith). Arts and Humanities Research Council. Ceremony and details to follow.

2013 - 2016 – AHRC Doctoral Award (Arts and Humanities Research Council), University of Edinburgh.

2015 – Artist Residency, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh

2013 – Finalist, Artco Art Fair Prize (Fear, Defence, Disappearance)

2012 – British Council New Connections Award to a U.K artist for their valuable contribution in developing closer international cultural relations. Awarded for collaboration between the UK and Italy.   
British Council Bi Arts Award (Israel)
British Council Forward Motion Award (Middle East and Europe)
Honorable Mention Best Screen Dance Short (Body of War), San Francisco Dance Film Festival, U.S.

2011 – Artist Residency, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, NYC.    
Jury Special Mention (Body of War), IDN Festival, Barcelona.

2010 – Jury Special Mention (Promise of fallen time), Il Coreógrafo Elettronico, Museo Pan, Naples, Italy.


2008 – “Outstanding Achievement” Choreography Media Honors (Horizon of Exile), Dance Camera West, Los Angeles, U.S.
Jury Special Mention (Horizon of Exile), Il Coreógrafo Elettronico, Museo Madre, Naples, Italy.
Jury Award (Horizon of Exile), Jumping Frames Festival, Hong Kong.

2007Best Screen Choreography Award (Horizon of Exile), IMZ Dance Screen, the Hague, Netherlands.

2002 - 2005 Associate Artist Award (Memory Release), dance.tech, essexdance, U.K.

2002 Best Event Nomination (Passage), 6 of Best, Arts Council England East, U.K.

2001Best Event Nomination (Space in Place), 6 of Best, Arts Council England East, U.K.

2001Year of the Artist Award (Space in Place), Arts Council England, U.K.

1997 Best Touring Production Nomination (Stung), Total Theatre, Edinburgh Festival, U.K.

1995 Most Creative Event Award (High Vaultage), Live Magazine, U.K.
  Most Innovative Production Award (High Vaultage), English National Opera,U.K.


1990 Stephen Arlen Travel Award, University of Bristol.
To travel to Mexico and study Pre-Colombian Architecture.

1989 Racine Acting Award (Phèdre), Bristol University, U.K.

 

 




FUNDING

The Rocamora Studio has received production funding from national and international bodies including: Arts Council England L, SW, E; Creative Scotland; Esmee Fairburn Charitable Foundation; Jerwood Foundation; Foundation for Sport and the Arts; Prince's Trust; The British Council; London Film and Video Development Agency; Skillset; Tate Britain; Greenwich and Docklands Festival; Mayor of London Festival; Grec Festival, Barcelona; TV3 Catalonia; Reeldance, Australia; South East Dance, U.K. Signals Media; Watershed Media Centre; Belgian and Austrian Ministries of Culture; Sennheiser Ltd; Bi Arts (Israel); The British Council (London for worldwide); Institut Ramón Llull (Catalonia for worldwide); Banff New Media Centre, Canada. The Studio has also received patronage from The Amister Collection, Barcelona; G H Collection, Brussels and the Koffler Gallery, Toronto.



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