Soyinka Rahim, a Grassroots Spiritual Practitioner and the founder of BIBOLOVE in Oakland, CA, shares how her dance history informs her work as a spiritual facilitator.
Dominic Moore-Dunson, a choreographer in Akron, OH, explores in his current work “inCOPnegro” how he will one day talk with his young son about police violence toward the Black community.
Jess Lowe at One Dance UK discusses “Considering Difference – Making Dance Accessible,” a resource that seeks to bring awareness to access barriers in dance spaces, and to suggest actions that promote independence and inclusion.
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.
Colombian neuroscientist Dr. Luis Roberto Amador López, theoretical physicist Dr. José Jairo Giraldo Gallo, and butoh choreographer Brenda Polo research the effects butoh has on the brain and emotions in their project “Black Hole.”