Articles tagged ‘New York City’

Dancers wearing white move around the stage lifting long tube-like structures.

Impacting Many

Valerie Green, a dance artist in Queens, New York City, and the director of Valerie Green/Dance Entropy, shares how her choreography, teaching, and studio all come together to contribute to her mission of multicultural understanding through dance and community building.

Melanie does a kick forward onstage.

Perceiving and Being Perceived

Melanie Greene, a dancer, choreographer, writer, and podcaster currently based in New Orleans, explores the Black female experience through an Afro-futuristic lens, as well as the intersections of her performance and journalistic experiences.

Two older dancers wearing red lead a group of people behind them in a senior center.

Sharing Dance Across Populations

Naomi Goldberg Haas, artistic director of Dances For A Variable Population in New York City, promotes strong and creative movement among adults of all ages and abilities through educational and performance opportunities.