SADC Online: free live and streamable classes for youth & adults!

Shawl-Anderson is excited to offer live and pre-recorded online classes with our beloved faculty for adults & youth. Classes are offered 7 days a week in modern, ballet, jazz, yoga, pilates, and in all levels: new to dance – professional. Thank you all for participating, giving, caring and connecting.

From One to Many: Six Solos Shared (online)

An online performance premiere and artist Q&A featuring six commissioned choreographers: Melecio Estrella, Molly Heller, Molly Rose-Williams, natalya shoaf, Liv Schaffer, Erin Yen. The artists present brand new solos made in their homes for this time of physical distancing to the music of composer Michael Wall. Artists and audiences will gather on Zoom to hear […]

Transpositions: Dance Poems for an Online World

Bridging a performing arts gap created by the pandemic, Yale Schwarzman Center (YSC) has partnered with the Yale Dance Lab and 16 renowned dance artists to launch a 16-episode series, dubbed Transpositions: Dance Poems for an Online World, which features digital dance poems, performed by 66 dancers from 12 dance groups and a variety of […]

To Russia With Love: FACT/SF’s Trans-Siberian Tour

What do Annie Leibovitz, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and FACT/SF have in common? They’re all cultural ambassadors to Russia through the U.S. State Department’s American Seasons program, which promotes the sharing of arts and ideas between the two nations. San Francisco’s contemporary upstarts didn’t become the avatars of stateside dance overnight. Artistic director Charles Slender […]

For the Love of Dance; Dance Writers on Criticism, Nov 2007

Dancers’ Group asks seven Bay Area dance critics questions about their jobs and role of dance criticism.

A Decade of Difference; Voice of Dance Comes Into Its Own, Mar 2007

An overview of the online hub for dance’s development into an international web destination.

Dancing Lessons: How Engaging Dance Audiences Is Educating the Field

How many grants encourage you to come up with your own plan, experiment mid-stream with what works and what doesn’t, and engage in discussions with other grant recipients while in the midst of your grant cycle? Welcome to the Engaging Dance Audiences (EDA) program. The program, which was first launched in 2009 by Dance/USA, the field’s national voice for […]

Duniya Dance and Drum Company: Online Classes

Schedule: Mondays – 7-8:15pm – Adult Bhangra (Intermediate/Advanced) w/ Joti Singh Thursdays – 5:45-6:45pm – West African Dance w/ Alhassane Da Camara Class Descriptions: Bhangra Dance Class: Bhangra is a harvest dance originally from the state of Punjab in the northwestern corner of India and Pakistan. As people continue to cross oceans and cultures, Bhangra […]

Do You Know? Alicia Langlais

Highlighting the Activities of Artists/Organizations in Our Region Alicia “the Dance Dragon Slayer” Langlais is a self-described dance entrepreneur; whose work includes teaching and coaching. Alicia says she hopes that her students “find the inspiration and courage through my classes, workshops, and coaching to slay and reclaim that human birthright to dance and allow it […]

Online – Subversion, a progressive works development series with IncivilitySF

IncivilitySF is an irreverent showcase of politically-inspired work from San Francisco’s underground. Subversion—our monthly development series—invites artists working with themes of social justice, community-empowerment, and political awakening to come try out new work/work-in-progress in front of a live audience. Each fourth Friday of the month we have four featured performances, plus an optional facilitated feedback […]