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Alaine Handa: What is Dance?

A dance is created through a series of movement. Any movement can be construed as a dance. For example, cars weaving in and out...

Ginger Cox: What is Dance?

What is Dance? I don't know right now. Dance is constantly changing and reinventing itself. It's asking me to do the same. Just when...

Kelly Buwalda: What is Dance?

For something I have studied and loved so much, it is one of the hardest questions I have had to answer! Maybe it means...

What is Dance: Sixteen One Sentence Answers by New York based choreographers

Sixteen New York based choreographers answer the question "what is dance?" They then all order no-whip soy macciatos.

Emily Bufferd: What is Dance?

I feel that dance is so open to interpretation that putting a definition to it could never fully encompass all that it is. ...

Caitlin Trainor: What is Dance?

I am not sure if I can put a tag on what dance is exactly, not sure that I can pinpoint what makes sense...

Krista Racho-Jansen: What is Dance?

movement through space over time; deliberate trajectories; joy; self expression through physical movement; self questioning/imaging/thinking through physical movement

Michael Bjerknes: What is Dance?

Dance allows one to express what cannot be expressed otherwise. Either do to the lack of words or the need to combine physicality with...

Cheles Rhynes: What is Dance?

Dance is a form in which a choreographer tells a story or expresses thoughts/feelings through movement, not words. Dance can move you in ways...

Laura Schandelmeier: What is Dance?

What is Dance? Dance is the constant query of what it is. What is Dance? = What is Dance? Laura Schandelmeier is a...

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Two Poems by Jim Smith

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