We talk about dance as an art form when it is created, taught and explored in a non-traditional environment with non-traditional doers.
In this episode I talk to Nancy Baine who has been a dance educator and creator for all for over 40 years.
In this episode I was talking to my good friend Julie about her work within the integrated dance scene as well as her time in Java.
In this episode I spoke with Liv about her work in education and especially her artistic work around death.
In this episode I spoke to Sandra Paola who is a dancemaker, improviser and performance activist. Her work is characterized by the investigation of complex issues such as relationship, gender, race, identity, awareness, kinesthetic listening and perception, and it has taken her through the US, Colombia, Brazil, Cyprus, France, Canada and Mexico.
In this episode I talk to Hanna about his work in Palestine with at-risk youth as well as his professional dance company repertoire.
Stephan is the guru on site specific dance. He has been creating site-specific work since 1984.
Dale Andree talks about the how and why she decided to start organizing national water dances and creating collaborative site specific dances around the US and other mud related dance themes.
In this series I will talk about site specific dance with three different choreographers about their approach towards site specific dance
Third generation integrated dance maker and shaker, Mark Travis Rivera talks about his work as a choreographer, advocate and writer.
I'm talking to Mary Verdi-Fletcher about her long career in integrated dance and her dancing company dancing wheels.