Thoughts on allyship and building paths – to studios, to social safety nets, and to justice – from Stance on Dance’s editor Emmaly Wiederholt.
Alice Blumenfeld questions if it is appropriate to apply Western terminologies toward cultural dance forms, like flamenco’s soleá, and makes the case for a more culturally sensitive approach to comparing dance forms.
Elyse Fahey, a dancer and studio owner in Albuquerque, NM, offers a counter perspective, describing why she is a ‘dance-class dancer,’ through and through.
The hallmark of dance training is class. Which is why I have a fair amount of guilt about finding less and less joy and satisfaction in taking class. Here’s why.
To volunteer or not to volunteer? Unfortunately, dance artists are forced to ask themselves this question all too often throughout our careers.