Stance on Dance IN PRINT!
In addition to our online content, Stance on Dance publishes a twice-a-year print publication featuring several dance writers in each issue and covering dance from the perspective of underrepresented voices and access points.
Our Spring/Summer 2023 issue features movement artist breana’s poignant poem about their history in ballet and subsequent trauma; Liz Duran Boubion’s meditation on how her residency in the desert has influenced her thoughts on death; Julia Cost’s sumptuous paintings of people in motion; Micaela Gardner’s reflections on making Resuenen, an interpretive dance film that explores the US-Mexico border; Mary Elizabeth Lenahan’s story of former dancer Adelaide and her son, Preston, who is on the autism spectrum and dances with Dance Express; Shannon Leypoldt’s intriguing look at the link between artistic practice and the menstrual cycle; Kevin O’Connor’s ode to his “dancestor” Billy and his suggestions for scores to improvise with one’s ancestors; and longtime dance teacher Diana Turner-Forte’s account of her experience facilitating a group of students with intellectual disabilities. This issue also includes Emmaly Wiederholt’s interviews with Maggie Bridger, a choreographer and PhD candidate who explores the relationship between pain, dance, and disability; and Wonyoung Kim, a choreographer, dancer, and lawyer who views choreography as metaphorically similar to law.
If you donate $25 or more to support dance journalism, you will recieve our current Spring/Summer 2023 issue and our Fall/Winter 2023 issue later this year. Stance on Dance is a 501c3 and your donation is tax-deductable.
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