• Sean Dorsey dancing in a field

    Twenty Years of Investing in Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Dance

    Sean Dorsey, San Francisco-based dance artist and the artistic director of Fresh Meat Productions, shares how his company has been elevating transgender and gender nonconforming…

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    Supporting Dance Parents

    Lucy McCrudden, founder of the UK-based resource Dance Mama, shares why it is important to her as a dance professional and mother of two to find ways to support other parenting…

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    Tabled: Race and Identity

    Bay Area artists Jhia Jackson, Fanny Kahlo, and Katie Wong discuss how race and identity play out in their artistic practices as part of Tabled, a conversation series produced by…

  • Working to Prevent Abuse in Dance

    Members of the Personal Safety for Dance (PSD) International Working Group – Frances Chiaverini, Dr. Steven Karageanes, Karine Rathle, Maggie Morris, and Erin Sanchez – share…

    Betty Towers and Stephanie Hewett as part of Dance for mmm

    Reflections on “Dance for mmm”

    Jhia Jackson and Jocelyn Reyes, two San Francisco Bay Area dance artists, reflect on a series of conversations they organized with seven artists they admire about how each artist adapted to the conditions of the pandemic.

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    Rethinking Inclusion and Performance

    Bay Area multidisciplinary artist Eric Kupers discusses the impetus for the Inclusive Performance Festival, how “inclusion” is an ever-expanding term, and why new ways of thinking about performance are more needed than ever.

    Raven dancing in a labyrinth of rocks

    Finding Their Voice, Forging Their Way

    Bay Area-based dancer/choreographer Raven Malouf-Renning shares their experience finding their voice as a fat and non-binary performer, as well as their involvement helping to organize “Wandering in the Wilderness” as part of the Inclusive Performance Festival.