New York City-based psychologist, dance/movement therapist, and dance educator Diane Duggan shares highlights from her long career as well as how dance for students with disabilities has changed over the decades, and what a dance education might look like in the future.
Ira Prince Perry, a member of Artistic Ensemble at San Quentin, describes the creative process putting together a show and how he’s become an advocate for the performing arts.
Maurice Reed, a member of the Artistic Ensemble of San Quentin, discusses how the ensemble tackles social issues and why it’s important to give voice to those who can’t speak.
Edmond Richardson, a member of the Artistic Ensemble of San Quentin, shares a peek into the ensemble’s creative process and his favorite moment from a recent piece.
Brenda Polo, a butoh dancer and the director of Manusdea Antropología Escénica in Bogotá, Colombia, shares how butoh can address the violence in Colombia, as well as her research linking butoh, neuroscience and somatics.