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?
Writing an artist statement feels like torture, right? Read on if you want to describe your movement and dance aesthetic in a way that feels genuine, authentic AND accurate!
Your talent might get attention, but your story will lock you into memory.
Write an artist bio that stands out from the rest!
How can we help change the dance industry for the better? There is a lot to unpack and if we ever had a time to reflect on our needs, it’s now, in the midst of the coronavirus. I suggest we start small.
“I don’t think the world is going to stop wanting the beautiful expressions that each one of us were brought here to create…I think the world wants our freaky power, and will continue to want it! And we can continue to respond to that in a way that works for us… We are too valuable.” […]