Louise Potiki Bryant – a choreographer and dance artist in Aotearoa/New Zealand – discusses her work, “Onepū,” for Atamira Dance Company and how it draws on her feminine understanding of her Māori ancestry and mythos.
Peter DiMuro – artistic director of Public Displays of Motion and of The Dance Complex in Boston – shares how he utilizes his leadership roles to invite other voices into the conversation.
Korean dance artist Dohee Lee in Oakland, CA discusses her approach to making ritual performance and how it is rooted in community, especially her most recent piece, “Mu,” which explores themes of connection.
Nia & Ness – a Black, lesbian, dancer-poet performance art duo based in Brooklyn, New York – share their choreographic process and how their conversations and experience inform all their work.
Deborah Enelow shares her impressions after attending the Women Ballet Choreographers and Composers Residency at Djerassi in Woodside, California.