“If we increase the variety of participation, we will all be able to create in a way that feels sustainable.” New York City-based Jeron Herman shares how more artists with disabilities are needed in more contexts so the field doesn’t become a monolith.
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Tucson-based dance artist, mother, and Latinx choreographer Yvonne Montoya reconfigures her work investigating the meaning of home in light of the pandemic.
“I feel like we have only just begun to understand the breadth of the field of disability in dance.” Silva Laukkanen shares how working on the Discussing Disability in Dance Project has shaped her perspective.
“I can make space for myself when I need and want to!” Finnish dance artist Maija Karhunen discusses her experiences with othering and politeness as part of the Discussing Disability in Dance Project.