PaR PROJECT: 12◦ North: Visual Literacy and the Emerging Artist (2014+)Jaundrill-Scott, Karen and Newall, HelenThe 12◦ North Company initiative served to support the cultural economy in the Northern Powerhouse by incubating early career practitioners whose contribution would be critical in the sustainability of the regional dance ecology. The works builds upon Jaundrill-Scott’s previous ACE consultancy, ‘Towards a Graduate Company’ (Jaundrill-Scott, Karen and Cullen, Lisa (2009), EHRA: 5052).The project has four phases of dissemination which developed as the work progressed, and consists of work with still imagery and documentary reflection: Newall produced the photographs which constitute the exhibition of still images, Class; Rehearse; Perform, out of which comes Newall’s discourse on dance performance imagery, and which informed the narrative of Jaundrill-Scott’s first film Do You See What I See?, concerning the deployment of still imagery as a tool for promoting increased dancer self-awareness as an emerging artist. Jaundrill-Scott then produced a second film, Disco(urse), which followed up the artist 12 months on from the first film, and concerned self-reflection on professional artistry when placed in a familiar landscape.The project (photography and/or films) is accompanied by written reflections upon Visual Literacy in two brochures.Phase 1 (Oct 2014 – March 2015)Exhibition of photography and film (Brochure 1)• Class; Rehearse; Perform• Do you see what I see? (2014) Exhibited• Edge Hill University Arts Centre, Ormskirk-October 2014• The Lowry, Salford Quays-November -2014• The Citadel Arts Centre, St Helens January- March 2015Phase 2 (Sept 2015 +)Exhibition of Photography and Films (Brochure 2) • Class; Rehearsal; Performance• Do you see what I see (2014)• Disco(urse) (2015)Exhibited• 12◦ North, an exhibition, Edge Hill University Arts Centre, Ormskirk, September 2015• ‘Finding the Movement in the Narrative’, University of Chester, October 2015• ‘Making Do You See What I see?’, TaPRA Gallery, University of Bristol, September 2016• ‘The role of visual documentation in supporting the emerging dancer to self-reflect embedding graduate employability via visual literacy’, Sustaining the Discipline: Embedding the Right to Dance, Annual Dance HE Conference, RNSCD 2016, 28th -30th October 2016, Leeds.Phase 3 (January 2017)Exhibition of photography (Brochure 2)• Class; Rehearse; PerformExhibited• Blackpool Grand Theatre, January – February 2017• Ludus Dance, Lancaster – March 2017+ (on permanent exhibition)Phase 4Exhibition of film(s) (Brochure 2)• ‘The role of discourse in the training of emerging artists, and safe haven filming’, TaPRA Gallery, University of Salford, Sept 2017Conference PresentationsNewall, Helen and Jaundrill-Scott, Karen (2016) ‘Can visual documentation support the emerging dancer to self-reflect? Embedding graduate employability’. [Presentation] Inspire – sharing great practice in Arts and Humanities teaching and learning, HEA Conference, Brighton, 2nd and 3rd of March 2016.(https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/events-conferences/event/inspire-%E2%80%93-sharing-great-practice-arts-and-humanities-teaching-and-learning).Jaundrill-Scott, Karen (2016) ‘Making Do you see what I see?’ [Presentation],TaPRA Gallery, TaPRA Conference 2016, 5th -7th September 2016, Bristol.Newall, H., & Jaundrill-Scott, K. (2017) ‘The impact of visual literacy on the emerging artistry of the professional dancer’, (with Brochure 2) [poster presentation], Third International Congress on Visual Culture, May 22-23th 2017, Barcelonahttp://sobreculturavisual.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/8/2017/06/CV17-PROGRAMA-FINAL-WEB.pdfJaundrill-Scott, K. (2017) ‘The role of discourse in the training of emerging dance artists and safe haven filming: opening boundaries through the movement of the narrative, (with Brochure 2) [presentation], TaPRA Gallery, 30 August – 1 September 2017, University of Salford.