Monthly Archives: June 2018

What the Ramp Teaches by Georgina Kleege

It is almost a cliché in the dance world to say that the floor is a dancer’s partner. The dancer relies on the floor’s stability as the grounding for all movement. The floor is both the launching pad and landing platform for all jumps, the constant horizontal against which to perform turns and tilts. The [...]

By | June 18th, 2018|Art, Culture, Design, Disability, Technology|

Dance Magazine Cover July 2018: Alice Sheppard

It’s moments like this. Breath. Moments where the spotlight is so singularly bright that I’m grounded in the knowledge that “it’s never the shine of a single star that counts as success.  It’s the brilliant glow of a constellation of artists in community growing together and creating culture.” I’m thrilled to share the news of [...]

By | June 17th, 2018|Activism, Art, Dance, Disability, Gender, Race, Wheelchair|