Arts Council England Developing Your Creative Practice
Creative writing and Choreography: research and development and mentoring to improve rigor, relevance & innovation in work.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority COVID-19 creative commissions
Support to create the project 'Moment'.
'YES Move NO Move. (Moved?)'
Realised within the frame of BeSpectACTive!
A multi-EU country residency commission about borders and rights to movement, collaborating with activists, and individuals seeking asylum, artists, and youth from Roma communities, emigrant workers, and youths navigating social tensions. Bridget Fiske in collaboration with Catherine Simmonds, Melita Jurisic, Joseph Lau, Andrew Crofts, Miguel Marin, and Community.
One Dance UK Dance Teachers Mentoring Programme
Participant in development programme as Mentee.
Inaugural Moving Dance Forward Associate
Commissioned by the Moving Dance Forward Associates scheme: a consortium supporting dance artists resident in the North West of England led by Dance Manchester and MDI in partnership with the Unity Theatre, Contact, The Lowry and University of Salford.
A commission from Illuminating York, for the large-scale projection mapping and live performance work, 'The Ice, the Land, and the Sea' for the Yorvik Viking Centre. Created as part of Fiske & Crofts.
moves - International Festival of Movement on Screen and The Watching Dance Project
For the creation and performance of the solo live and interactive video work 'Red Rain'.
TURN Prize winner
With collaborators Kate Engineer and Julia Griffin, the work 'Three Crows on the Road' was awarded the inaugural TURN Prize, by Dance Initiative Greater Manchester, greenroom and hAb.
The Ian Potter Cultural Trust
Award to spend two weeks on professional development with the internationally respected teacher Janet Panetta in New York City, training in Panetta's linear classical ballet techniques for contemporary dancers.
'Creative Sparks’ recipient
A partnership programme between Brisbane City Council and The Queensland Government via Arts Queensland. This award supported the exploration of video and interactive technologies into Bridget’s choreographic processes.
Australia Council for the Arts ‘Foot in the Door’ Emerging Performers Initiative recipient
This funding supported five months professional development with Buzz Dance Theatre.