An artist-centered sharing of culture and creativity is a practice embraced by many choreographers; serving an essential purpose in fortifying artistic inspiration and creative explorations, stimulating the artistic journey from the studio to the stage.
Articles for month: July 2012
July 24, 2012 · 7 Comments
Can “Breaking Pointe” do for ballet what ballet companies have been struggling to accomplish for decades now? That is, lure newer, younger audiences to theaters for live classical ballet?
July 16, 2012 · 7 Comments
A young woman started to cry as she described her personal struggles with a career in dance, and the difficulty of working multiple jobs in the service industry without access to adequate health care or insurance.
This could be you.
This could be your dance student.
Small Strokes of Listening: A Few Reflections on Diversity from the Dance/USA 2012 Annual Conference
July 10, 2012 · 4 Comments
The unfortunate effect was the discussion had been silenced by a dance.... It was clear that
everyone in the room wanted more space and time for the discussion....
And so I was left wondering again: How and when do we listen to each other as a dance field? How can we create spaces that make room both for dancing and for discussing?
Copyright protection has been both a boon and curse: A boon, if you are able to protect your work and receive income through license agreements; a curse when it becomes an obstacle to getting your work seen and studied when it needs to be. Read Elizabeth Jackson's clear and concise explanation.