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Ideas and inspiration for anyone that wants to lead a life that they love in dance, no matter their level or ability.
Networking can be especially tough for us artists. Getting comfortable telling your story and talking about yourself can take time. Let’s make it easy!
In case you’ve been living under a rock, racism shows up in our beloved dance world. So how can we white people who work in the field of dance act as accomplices?
Choreographers, teachers, dancers, administrators, tastemakers and movement-influencers from around the world are asked one simple question.
Rebekah Enderle is a San Francisco-based contemporary dancer and choreographer whose projects in film and live performance explore interpersonal dynamics.
Asia Pyron is a dancer and choreographer. Originally from Atlanta, GA she now lives in Boston, MA.
Claire Ciserella hails from Chicago, Illinois. She is an artist and writer working in the dance field.
Read about dance, travel and movement from around the world.
Thailand has a special place in my heart, but it wasn’t always that way. I lived in Bangkok for two years from 2002-2004 when I went to The International School of Bangkok (ISB). At the time, I struggled to find a connection to the country and people. I lived in my western bubble and was […]
Chocolate and Beer and Street Art, oh my! Yaaass to Brussels showing up with lots of sweet streets, fun artwork, tasty beer, quirky shops, and yes….lots of chocolate. I only had two days so I just touched the surface. I did what I could. If you are there for a short time like me, then […]
So…I think I’ll say this about every place, but I just want to go back to Ibiza (cue Venga Boys “Going to Ibiza” anthem)! I was mostly in the main town, which I also heard as “Old Town”, but I managed to get over to Talamanca, San Antoni, and Salinas Beach. There was A LOT […]
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