In Dance

RECENT ARTICLES

Mosaic America: A Movement for Moving Communities
Typically seen as a form of individual expression, dance can be a form of worship, a powerful tool for passing on ritual and tradition through generations.
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Ad Infinitum Identities: The work of Pseuda & Kim Ip
Pseuda can be seen from a stage, holding two metal chain ropes attached to the limbs of another body. A doll, a dancer, Kim Ip. It’s Halloween, 2015, at B4bel4b Gallery, and the audience doesn’t yet know that Kim and Pseuda are chained together until they begin to stretch away, the chains syncing a nexus between bodies.
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Anchor Us: Making and not Making in the time of Covid
For two artists who are self-producing events for their local communities, the notion of having a practice that negated any kind of product appealed—at once sustainable and restorative.
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In Dance has shifted to a quarterly, digital publication, in response to the virtual time we find ourselves in. Like you, we are sitting with the unknowns of this time, and Dancers’ Group is continuously working to find additional ways to amplify Bay Area Dance.

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The Bay Area’s publication dedicated to dance, In Dance, is known for its engaging interviews with local and visiting artists, articles that explore everything from how to tour your work abroad to activism in art, and an extensive list of Bay Area dance activities.

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For articles about a performance or other timed event(s), we need to receive details at least three (3) months in advance of the event.

Dancers’ Group welcomes ideas for articles at any time, be they related to production, community, performance, health, or any other issue that is of interest to the dance community. Proposals are invited both from writers wishing to cover an event or issue and community members who would like to see a particular topic addressed.

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RECENT ARTICLES

Mosaic America: A Movement for Moving Communities
Typically seen as a form of individual expression, dance can be a form of worship, a powerful tool for passing on ritual and tradition through generations.
MORE
Ad Infinitum Identities: The work of Pseuda & Kim Ip
Pseuda can be seen from a stage, holding two metal chain ropes attached to the limbs of another body. A doll, a dancer, Kim Ip. It’s Halloween, 2015, at B4bel4b Gallery, and the audience doesn’t yet know that Kim and Pseuda are chained together until they begin to stretch away, the chains syncing a nexus between bodies.
MORE
Anchor Us: Making and not Making in the time of Covid
For two artists who are self-producing events for their local communities, the notion of having a practice that negated any kind of product appealed—at once sustainable and restorative.
MORE
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