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Preserving, Building and Connecting: Addressing Social Justice Issues through Culturally Specific Dance
Culturally specific dance is a lifeline for diverse cultural communities throughout the United States to stay connected to our cultural roots. This article explores the role of culturally specific dancers to address important social justice issues of our time and the capacity building support needed to maximize their impact on the communities they serve as well as the dance sector at-large.
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Grassroots to Cyberspace: Evolution of Dancing Earth
Birthed from a vision from Founding Artistic Director Rulan Tangen to create global Indigenous contemporary performing arts opportunities, Dancing Earth is rooted with one foot in Yelamu – occupied Ohlone territory also known as San Francisco, California and the other foot in Ogaa Po Ogeh – occupied Tewa territory also known as Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Catching up with Dana Lawton Dances and The Farallonites
One Saturday afternoon last February, I sat upstairs in Shawl-Anderson Dance Center’s large studio space watching Dana Lawton Dances (DLD) prepare their upcoming new work, The Farallonites.
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8/4/2020

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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RECENT ARTICLES

Preserving, Building and Connecting: Addressing Social Justice Issues through Culturally Specific Dance
Culturally specific dance is a lifeline for diverse cultural communities throughout the United States to stay connected to our cultural roots. This article explores the role of culturally specific dancers to address important social justice issues of our time and the capacity building support needed to maximize their impact on the communities they serve as well as the dance sector at-large.
MORE
Grassroots to Cyberspace: Evolution of Dancing Earth
Birthed from a vision from Founding Artistic Director Rulan Tangen to create global Indigenous contemporary performing arts opportunities, Dancing Earth is rooted with one foot in Yelamu – occupied Ohlone territory also known as San Francisco, California and the other foot in Ogaa Po Ogeh – occupied Tewa territory also known as Santa Fe, New Mexico.
MORE
Catching up with Dana Lawton Dances and The Farallonites
One Saturday afternoon last February, I sat upstairs in Shawl-Anderson Dance Center’s large studio space watching Dana Lawton Dances (DLD) prepare their upcoming new work, The Farallonites.
MORE
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