Black Dance Stories, Episode 16
Up close and personal with artists Olivier Tarpaga and Jasmine Hearn, who pull back the curtain on their unique stories.
October 22, 2020
“Dancing the World Smaller” Tackles the Big Topic of Cultural Dance in America
Aesthetic and cultural debates spurred by midcentury international performances
September 22, 2020
Welcome to the Shiva House, Where Grief Is in Full Bloom
Storytelling and Jewish tradition in an interactive memorial ceremony for people of all faiths (or no faith)
September 12, 2020
Looks Like Sounds Like, a Study in Contrasts—and Perception
In Looks Like Sounds Like, you may wonder whether there’s more to it than meets the eye—and ear.
September 10, 2020
Decolonizing Dance Writing: Body Stories and the Bedrock of Dreams
Five writers from the "Dance Criticism and Aesthetics" summer course share their insights.
August 21, 2020
The Message and Method Behind a Most Timely Work
Words, not poetry. Experiment, not choreography. Expression, not dance.
August 12, 2020
Town Hall Seeks Solutions to Dismantling White Supremacy
The Dance Union Town Hall for Collective Action was more than a forum for people to vent their rage and frustration.
June 17, 2020
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