Articles tagged ‘virtual’

Dancer ArVejon Jones by pond

A New World

As his company celebrates its 25th anniversary, Bay Area director/choreographer Robert Moses of Robert Moses’ Kin reflects on how virtual is changing the landscape of engagement.

House Full of Black Women Photo by Robbie Sweeny

The Power of Relationship

Wayne Hazzard, executive director of Dancers’ Group in the Bay Area, shares how the dance service organization responded to the events of 2020 in part by continuing to elevate artists of color through projects like “House/Full of Black Women.”

Crystal Faison-Mitchell dancing

Acknowledging the Impact

DanceATL operations manager Jacquelyn Pritz and board member Crystal Faison-Mitchell share how the Atlanta-based service organization has created resources and points of connection during the pandemic.

Outside Ted Shawn Theatre, Photo David Dashiell

A Changed Landscape

Pamela Tatge, Executive and Artistic Director of Jacob’s Pillow in Western Massachusetts, describes how the dance festival pivoted to virtual this past summer and ways the organization is working to better inclusion at the leadership level.