Articles tagged ‘NYU’

Giving Children Room to Dance

New York City-based psychologist, dance/movement therapist, and dance educator Diane Duggan shares highlights from her long career as well as how dance for students with disabilities has changed over the decades, and what a dance education might look like in the future.

Musings on Place and Space

BY EMMALY WIEDERHOLT Leslie Satin is a New York-based choreographer and teacher at New York University who hails from the post-modern and downtown dance scene. She’s…

Revising the To-Do List

Editorial Note: Each August for the past four years, I’ve asked dance artists at different points in their careers what “making it” means to them. Please…