Pioneer Winter, choreographer and artistic director of Pioneer Winter Collective, an intergenerational, queer, and physically integrated company based in Miami, Florida, shares his belief that dance should not be exclusionary.
Illan Riviére, an artist, dancer, dance teacher, and movement philosopher based in Spain, shares his philosophy of geometry and how it is embedded in the fabric of life and art.
Dance educator and choreographer Cherie Hill discusses her commitment to advocacy and social justice through her involvement with the California Dance Education Association board, HMD/The Bridge Project, and her recent dance film “Seeds of Hope.”
Katie Flashner moved from Southern California to Maine during the pandemic. Away from her ballroom dance opportunities, she asks: For a competitive dancer, how important is the aspect of competition to my identity as a dancer?
Giulia Carotenuto, a Dance Movement Therapist in New York City, helps dancers reclaim embodiment through the integration of thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations.