A professional life in the dance field is often a fragmented one. Few
choreographers have the luxury of working in the studio with a group of
full-time dancers. One powerful antidote to this fragmentation comes
in the form of artist residencies, ...
Brandon Gryde, Dance/USA's director of government affairs, gives us the scoop on the legislative issues dancers, choreographers, company managers, board members and executive directors should be watching in Congress this fall.
Like great American humorist Mark Twain, who remarked that “reports of my death are greatly exaggerated” upon hearing that a New York journal published his obituary, the same holds true for the long-reported dying art form of dance criticism. Writer Ch...
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October 2015 is National Arts and Humanities Month! #presidentialproclamation via @WhiteHouse