Community Engagement: An Interview with Julie Potter, Writer in Residence at ODC

…I also think of inquiry and interrogation as guiding factors for the conversations to be had online and offline in this role. In short, the work entails being a fierce…

The Jewish Nutcracker Goes Back in History and Redresses for the Holidays

ordered online. Costumes in the second half reflect the cultures of Spain, Arabia, China, Russia, India and Italy. Some dancers, like the two Russian girls last year, wore their colorful,…

Turning Point: Re-Defining Bay Area Ballet

…ballet from mass culture, the media, and the internet. Major ballet companies are investing their energy in slick websites and marketing strategies, such as developing an online presence through Facebook…

Looking Back to Move Forward: A Continued Conversation with Yannis Adoniou and Tomi Paasonen

…season of KSDC in 1998. Mega Hz was conceived within a time when San Francisco was waking up to the aftermath of the AIDS epidemic and the Internet was reaching…

Synchronous Objects: What Else Might Dance Look Like?: An Interview with Professor Norah Zuniga-Shaw

in our interdisciplinary working methods, in other dances, and in other aspects of our lives. In closing, I’d like to suggest that our objects are perhaps most of all manifestations…

Here’s To Hip Hop: Hip Hop Is Here

…activists, and the contemporary arts world. Life is Living encompasses a series of six-hour interdisciplinary, intergenerational, eco-equity festivals in neglected parks in underserved neighborhoods around the country. Previous cities include…

The Diversity of Authorship: In Conversation with Hope Mohr

…paintings that come into play, particularly in David Szlasa’s set, video and lighting design. “In Bacon’s paintings, figures are sometime isolated in a box or set on the side observing…

SPEAK: future friend/ships

…and people start to invite themselves in your work. The idea was to try to hold on to those uninvited guests, see if we could make them sit in the…

In Practice: Stepping Back to Move Forward with Cherie Hill, Hope Mohr, and Karla Quintero

…artists. I’ve done a lot of work in equity in dance education. But I was interested in what that would look like in a dance company that wasn’t dance education…

Zellerbach Family Foundation Final Reporting

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