Rethinking Assistive Technologies
We talk about dance as an art form when it is created, taught and explored in a non-traditional environment with non-traditional doers.
Rethinking Assistive Technologies
In this episode I spoke with the founder of REvolutions dance Dwayne Scheuneman about his career in integrated dance.
In Between Dance and Musical Theater: interview with Meredith Aleigha Wells about her career in dance and musical theatre.
Experimentation and Inclusivity
In this episode I spoke with Marisa about her career and the rocky road to it: Creating a More Inclusive World.
In this episode I speak with Adam McKinney about his work in the dance field.
In this episode I spoke to Adam Benjamin about his career in mixed ability dance.
Interview with Wagner Lucio Moreira
In this episode I speak with Maija Karhunen about her work and life as a dancer.
Interview with Monika Pozek
Interview with Violeta Fatas; Expanding The Borders of Dance
In this episode of DanceCast, Silva interviews Violeta Fatás, a dancer in Spain devoted to expanding integrative dance. Violeta shares her perspective on the integrative dance scene in Spain, how she became interested in access and disability, why dance – especially improvisation – is particularly suited for augmenting accessibility, and her work making dance performances accessible to sight-impaired audience members.
Text by Emmaly Wiederholt
In this episode I spoke with my dear friend and colleague Tanya Winters about her career and our visit to Berlin, Germany where we took part in couple of integrated festivals.
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.
We're More Alike Than Different
PODCAST BY SILVA LAUKKANEN
In this episode of DanceCast, Wayne M. Smith shares his experience working with Playback Memphis and Company d. Through Playback Memphis, Wayne helps bring together police officers and formerly incarcerated individuals to share and build a performance on their cumulative experience. Wayne also teaches at Company d, a dance company comprised of young adults with Down syndrome. Reflecting on his experiences, he arrives at the conclusion we're more alike than different.
text by Emmaly Wiederholt / danceonstance.com
We All Have Our Shoes On Amii LeGendre has taught dance to incarcerated men in New York through two programs: the Bard Prison Initiative and Rehabilitation Through the Arts. She is a wellness coordinator and dance professor at Bard College, and is currently performing a new dance/theatre solo called "I'm looking at you as if" about her experience teaching dance to men in prison. In this podcast, she reads a piece she wrote for Contact Quarterly about her experience with the Bard Prison Initiative, and reflects why dance education for incarcerated communities is so powerful.
In this episode of dancecast we talk about art in prison and the impact and experience of it for the teachers and participants and the fine line of who is a teacher to whom in this context.
In this episode of DanceCast I'm chatting with Emmaly Wiederholt about definitions of dance and everything dance related. She also tells us why she decided to start Stance on Dance and her over 50 project. It is delicious episode.
In this episode I discuss about the history and future of Keshet Dance Company with its founder and artistic director Shira Greenberg.
Judith and I talk about her work in Axis Dance Company and her 10 year plan about getting the integrated dance scene together in USA.
Talking about past, present and future of Marc's artistic endeavors.