Tatiana Desardouin, director of Passion Fruit Dance Company in New York City, shares how she uses performance, education, and events to preserve the authenticity of street and club dance culture.
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…
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…
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…
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.
Kyra Newton, founder of Blissful Dance in Calgary, discusses how cultural dance forms like West African, Bhangra, and flamenco could be expanded through accessible pedagogies and digital formats.
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.
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.