Stance on Dance IN PRINT!

Stance on Dance is excited to announce the launch of a twice-a-year print publication featuring several dance writers each issue and continuing to cover dance from the perspective of underrepresented voices and access points.

Our Spring/Summer 2022 issue features an interview by Sophia Diehl with dance movement therapist Giulia Carotenuto, an essay by Katie Flashner on relocating her life and dance practice from southern California to Maine, an essay by Cherie Hill on advocating for equity in dance spaces, an essay by Bhumi Patel on decolonizing praxis, three original dance inspired illustrations by Camille Taft, an interview by Nikhita Winkler with French dance artist Illan Riviere, an interview by Emmaly Wiederholt with Miami-based choreographer Pioneer Winter, and an interview by Emmaly Wiederholt and Lorie House with Colombian butoh artist Brenda Polo and her collaborators who are studying the effects of butoh on the brain.

Black drawing with etchings of various designs and the words "Stance on Dance in orange

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If you donate $25 or more to support dance journalism, you will recieve this current issue and our Fall/Winter 2022 issue. Stance on Dance is a 501c3 and your donation is tax-deductable.

We will only be able to ship our print publication to readers within the United States. International donors will recieve a PDF of the print publication. However, all content will eventually be made available online. Follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram to stay up to date on all the stances on dance!

Stance on Dance sends free copies of our twice-a-year print publication to college dance programs and other dance learning spaces. To date, we have partnered with dance faculty at California State University East Bay, Florida International University, University of San Francisco, University of Richmond, University of Florida, University of Silicon Andhra, Old Dominion University, Texas Christian University, Antioch University New England, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, and Ohio State University. If you work in a dance department or other dance learning spaces and would like to learn more about this program, email