If you’re sitting at home watching the coronavirus spread and wondering when you’ll get back into the studio, take heart! Here are a few of the hacks that dance artists are coming up with to stay connected and creative during this time.
Coping, Hoping, Creating and Relaxing
More ways in which dancers are coping, hoping, creating and relaxing in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic.
we dance (after A.O.C.)
A poem inspired by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dancing, by Richard Vargas in honor of National Poetry Month.
The Effects of Social Distancing on Our Dance Practices
Ways in which dancers are coping and creating in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic.
Beyond Checking the Boxes
Jesse Bie, director of San Francisco’s STEAMROLLER Dance Company, reflects on his career and how queer and Asian American representation has evolved since he started working in…
Jessica Baldwin, Charles Slender-White and Matt Small, all artists in the Bay Area, discuss the topic of Labor and a Living Wage: Creating a Viable Life in the Arts, part of the series Tabled by Chlo & Co Dance.
Thomas Choinacky, a performance artist in Philadelphia, investigates the invisible labor of the ball people in tennis and how it relates to queer identity.
New York City-based psychologist, dance/movement therapist, and dance educator Diane Duggan shares highlights from her long career as well as how dance for students with disabilities has changed over the decades, and what a dance education might look like in the future.
Ira Prince Perry, a member of Artistic Ensemble at San Quentin, describes the creative process putting together a show and how he’s become an advocate for the performing arts.