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Stance on Dance’s Journey to Print

Stance on Dance is 10 years old, and to celebrate, we’ve become a 501c3 nonprofit and launched a twice-a-year print publication! Read more about Stance on Dance’s journey and this exciting new chapter!

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Stance on Dance IN PRINT!

Stance on Dance is excited to announce the launch of a twice-a-year print publication featuring several dance writers each issue and continuing to cover dance from the perspective of underrepresented voices and access points. Our Spring/Summer 2022 issue features an interview by Sophia Diehl with dance movement therapist Giulia Carotenuto,…

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in search of a decolonial performance praxis

Queer, desi artist/activist Bhumi B Patel asks, “What does it mean to have a decolonial body? What is being put on and what is being shed? How do we tell the stories of our lives?” in her search of a decolonial performance praxis.

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On Appropriating Gender, Sex and Identity

Justin Carder, Bhumi B. Patel and Grace Towers, all artists in the Bay Area, discuss the topic of Appropriating Gender, Sex and Identity: Authenticity in the Arts, part of the series Tabled by Chlo & Co Dance.

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Have a question, opinion or a stance on dance? Get in touch at Emmaly@StanceOnDance.com. Meet our director and editor: Emmaly Wiederholt is a dance artist and arts journalist based in Albuquerque, NM. She founded Stance on Dance in 2012. Emmaly earned her MA¬†in arts journalism¬†from the University of Southern California…

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