dancing Joy in defiance of Convention
SPRING 2024 dates for our acclaimed joy ride 40/40 will be announced in mid January 2024. You can't wait and want a little of it now -- get the book -- details here.
★★★★ The Guardian "an exercise in generosity of spirit" Lyndsey Winship
★★★★ The Scotsman "all about forward motion, about moving on and up, about embracing life" Kelly Apter
★★★★ Corr Blimey " entirely in the moment"
★★★★ The Quintessential Review "a welcome invitation to celebrate the entire messy experience of being a human"
★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre "joyful inspiration" Alan Wilson
The Scottish Borders
Working with communities across The Scottish Borders, we've co-created a proposal to commemorate their many and varied experiences over recent years, discovering ways for the impacts of covid to be remembered which are resonant for this area.
If you live in the Scottish Borders, tell us about the colours you want to see in the tartan here.
Hope & Ponies
In collaboration with Ukrainian artist Nadia Sokolenko we are at the beginning of a new work on hope! Part of this project, we invite and welcome your contributions and thoughts about hope-- and in exchange we will send you a gift in the post...
We're delighted to have been commissioned by Unlimited, with support from the British Council, to create an installation for Wakefield as part of this project. The first stage of this takes place this November: Kat, Alister and Nadia will be in Wakefield taking part in The Art House' Studio of Sanctuary as they start to shape the project.
Books Books Books
we are so proud to have put these publications together!
We have published four books so far -- FIELD notes, FIELD Scotland on Value, FIELD notes: two and the 40/40 book by Katherina Radeva.
Each of these publications contain so much insight, click here to find out more Happy reading!
Two Destination Language makes bold, ambitious, award-winning work about identity and community. We employ innovative artistic forms to cross cultural, social, economic and geographic barriers, celebrating difference and placing the lives of those we work with at the heart of everything we do. Rooted in dialogue and collaboration, we believe in the transformative power of art to change how we see ourselves and the society we share. Our work brings people together in new, unexpected ways, creating shared spaces for reflection and mutual understanding.
Led by Katherina Radeva and Alister Lownie, Two Destination Language's work forms three strands of work - theatre work for stage, community co-creation projects and peer to peer curation and knowledge exchange projects.
Two Destination Language is a registered charity committed to promoting the arts as a vital part of societal wellbeing, challenging populist ideas, reaching audience members from under-represented groups and supporting artists in every way we can.