“I was blown away by the depth of the conversations …. They go beyond dance and into the larger world.” Read more comments on Dance/USA’s 2018 conference.
A night that can only be described as indescribably unexpected, 2018’s Opening Night Celebration was all things for everyone, writes L.A. blogger Haley Kostas.
At Dance/USA’s 2018 conference Roberta Uno cut to core issues affecting the dance world connecting cause and effect of political and cultural crises. Read Haley Kostas’s report.
Dance/USA’s 2018 Opening Night Celebration at the Aratani Theatre of the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center in Los Angeles was the perfect way to get inspired. Read more here.
Eminent couple Lula and Erwin Washington have for nearly four decades shaped dance in Los Angeles as influential artists, educators, community leaders, and role models. Read more.
Mary Verdi-Fletcher, 2018 Dance/USA Trustees Awardee: Pioneer in the Field of Integrated Dance and Activist for Disability Rights
“I never set out to change the world,” says dancer, educator and activist Mary Verdi-Fletcher. “I just wanted to dance.” Along the way, she made dance accessible for those in wheelchairs, and accessibility became a common practice.