For the past nine years, Erin has been writing in every year, describing her life in dance. This year brought a renewed appreciation of space to move and of the lifelong journey that is dance.
For the past nine years, Felicitas has been writing in every year, describing her life in dance. This year she focused inward and healed her grief through dance in her studio apartment, as well as moved back to the Bay Area to pursue opportunities.
For the past nine years, Sydney has been writing in every year, describing her life in dance. This year she focused on finding a place to live, a place to dance, and a source of income, as well as landed a job at Avant Chamber Ballet in her hometown of Dallas.
Jhia Jackson and Jocelyn Reyes, two San Francisco Bay Area dance artists, reflect on a series of conversations they organized with seven artists they admire about how each artist adapted to the conditions of the pandemic.
San Francisco-based visual artist Liz Brent-Maldonado describes her process creating original illustrations of each dancer interviewed for the Discussing Disability in Dance Book Project.