Ritual and Connection

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.

Telling Our Truths

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.

A Philosophy of Inclusion

Olivia O’Hare and Veronica DeWitt, colleagues at Body Shift in Austin, TX, share their entry points into improvisational dance and DanceAbility in particular, as well as discuss the strengths of DanceAbility and its philosophy of inclusion.