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We Write Ourselves as We Move
I was born in the early 1980s in the coastal city of Durban, South Africa, to a nurse and a lawyer.
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Kularts & Alleluia Panis: Setting the Stage for Filipinx Diaspora Narratives
In a conversation about how she classifies her artistic practice, she told me that she does not consider her work to be “Philippine” dance, as that would be disrespectful to regional practitioners who undergo rigorous study, practice, and discipline that she as a choreographer and dancer who has livedmost of her life in the US has not undergone...
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Tracing Roots: A Perspective on Indian Contemporary Dance
I came to the US from India in 2003 to attain my BA in Dance from San Jose State University.
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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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RECENT ARTICLES

We Write Ourselves as We Move
I was born in the early 1980s in the coastal city of Durban, South Africa, to a nurse and a lawyer.
MORE
Kularts & Alleluia Panis: Setting the Stage for Filipinx Diaspora Narratives
In a conversation about how she classifies her artistic practice, she told me that she does not consider her work to be “Philippine” dance, as that would be disrespectful to regional practitioners who undergo rigorous study, practice, and discipline that she as a choreographer and dancer who has livedmost of her life in the US has not undergone...
MORE
Tracing Roots: A Perspective on Indian Contemporary Dance
I came to the US from India in 2003 to attain my BA in Dance from San Jose State University.
MORE
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