A compilation of photos featuring Emily Hansel, Steven Jones, and Malakhi Eason

Tabled: Labor and a Living Wage

San Francisco-based dance artist Emily Hansel, New York City-based storyteller and photographer Steven Jones, and Connecticut-based artist and arts administrator Malakhi Eason discuss labor and a living wage as part of Chlo and Co’s Tabled series.

Two students bend over with their hands raised behind them with flexed wrists.

How Cultural Production Functions

Ninoska M’bewe Escobar, a dance scholar and Postdoctoral Fellow in Dance at the University of New Mexico, discusses her focus on bringing more awareness to the legacy of Pearl Primus, as well as why it is important to teach the history of dance forms alongside technique.

Students take Maguette's class with a drummer in the corner. High rises are out the windows behind them,

“It Always Comes Back to African Dance”

Maguette Camara, a globally recognized West African dancer, choreographer, teacher, and drummer based in New York City, shares how African dance is at the root of most dance forms and thus benefits any dancer to train in, as well as how New York City has a flourishing African dance scene.