In Dance

RECENT ARTICLES

A Movement of the Spirit
I had been sitting with a question. What is a play?
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A Sense of Belonging Among Ever-Changing Circumstances
I began teaching Dance for PD® in Oakland, in 2007. The classes are free and open to anyone who has Parkinson’s disease.
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Passing
In 2021 I was hired as an artist in residence at Ruth Asawa School of the Arts (SOTA), a San Francisco high school I graduated from in 2020.
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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 prompt and reflect conversations in the community, and a featured list of Bay Area dance artists and organizations. In 2020, In Dance shifted to a quarterly, digital publication in response to the pandemic and continues to amplify a variety of voices.

Have an idea for a story?

Dancers’ Group is currently working with guest editors to curate issues of In Dance. While we welcome article ideas at any time, proposals have generally been put on hold to allow the guest editor to explore their interests around a specific theme or idea.

Proposals may be shared with the guest editor for their consideration. If you are interested in submitting an article pitch, please note the following:

  • Article ideas may cover any issues of interest to the dance community – production, community, performance, health, etc.
  • 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
  • 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

A Movement of the Spirit
I had been sitting with a question. What is a play?
MORE
A Sense of Belonging Among Ever-Changing Circumstances
I began teaching Dance for PD® in Oakland, in 2007. The classes are free and open to anyone who has Parkinson’s disease.
MORE
Passing
In 2021 I was hired as an artist in residence at Ruth Asawa School of the Arts (SOTA), a San Francisco high school I graduated from in 2020.
MORE
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