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In spring 2012, Scottish Ballet and National Galleries Scotland presented Desire, an innovative performance event created by talented students and unveiled as a public performance.

What do you desire from dance? Something innovative, exciting and inspirational?

What do you think of when you look at art? How does it make you feel?

Choreographers from Telford College BA course collaborated with dance students from Broughton High School to create original performances inspired by the themes of Scottish Ballet’s A Streetcar Named Desire and The Sculpture Show exhibition – a celebration of sculpture in its many forms featuring work by artists ranging from Degas to Damien Hirst.

In direct response to their chosen artwork, Broughton pupils performed their individual pieces throughout the day to a public audience at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One,