Muisi-kongo Malonga, artistic director of Fua Dia Congo in the Bay Area, reflects on what it means to preserve a living artistic tradition.
Culture critic Jose Solís discusses his episodes for NCCAkron’s podcast “How People Move People: Trace Elements” that chronicle the legacy and impact of those lost to and living with HIV/AIDS.
Megan Lowe, choreographer and director of Megan Lowe Dances in the Bay Area, highlights and celebrates mixed-race Asian American Pacific Islander experiences in her dance-theater work “Gathering Pieces of Peace.”
Stuart Waters, a dancer, teacher, and choreographer based in the UK, focuses on mental health and how building containers for mental health support is part of creating access in performance practices.
Petra Kuppers, a dancer, writer, community performance artist, and disability culture activist based in Ypsilanti, MI, describes how she uses imagination to activate and engage community in accessible ways.