From the Green Room: Dance/USA's E-Journal

January 26, 2015

How Much Arts Journalism Is Too Much Arts Journalism?

Anecdotal and other reports note the obvious: classical dance audiences are aging and declining, and new work seems to have a hard time gaining consistent audiences. Many of us agreed on the need to develop audiences, and ...

January 13, 2015

Upping the Ante on Writing About Dance

Good dance writing informs potential audiences about interesting dance in their midst, helps acquaint presenters and funders with artists’ output to frame artists’ work within a wider cultural, artistic and socio-political...

January 12, 2015

Ten Steps To Enhancing Dance Writing in Your Community

Want to jump-start dance writing opportunities in your city or region? Check out these 10 tips from founder of thINKing Dance in Philadelphia.

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