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MOMA, Degas and Copeland – what a combination

The New York Museum of Modern Art will be presenting a new exhibit that brings the Degas ballerinas to lift through Misty Copeland.  Read this Harpers Bazaar article and photo journal about the creation experience, and be sure to watch… Continue Reading →

Let’s do this in the USA!

The UK has announced a wonderful program to bring dance to their rural communities.  What a great idea! It not only brings the arts to places underserved, but it also puts artists to work!

From Dancer to Executive Director

Rachel Moore, Executive Director of ABT, made the career transition from dancer to educator and made a difference. Read about her dance pathway in this recent article from the LA Times.

Rachel Moore, Executive Director of ABT, made the career transition from dancer to educator and made a difference. Read about her dance pathway in this recent article from the LA Times.

Words of Wisdom from Julie Kent

“It’s not just: you walk in and you’re really talented, and you’re a great success. You have to be a good listener, you have to be a good observer, you have to have a flexible lens to look at life… Continue Reading →

Thinking about going to college to Dance? Do It!

College is an important part of your dance career, it can take you places you never dreamed of.  Here is my article about going to college to dance posted on the Dance Life blog.  

The Power of Dance

You don’t have to be the best dancer in class, you don’t have to perform professionally or otherwise. Nor do you have to choreograph to say you are a dancer.  That’s because dance is more than that.  Dance has the… Continue Reading →

Teaching Dance and Making A Difference

Dance is powerful.  It has the unique power to take us to new places.  Here is a look at 3 programs that make a difference in the community and teach their methodology to spread the word. Teaching Dance: Community Outreach… Continue Reading →

More On “Is Dance A Sport?”

Here is an article from the Washington Post that confirms my beliefs that Dance is NOT a Sport and dancers are Artists not athletes!

Here is an article from the Washington Post that confirms my beliefs that Dance is NOT a Sport and dancers are Artists not athletes!

Is Dance A Sport? NOT!

It’s an age old question, talked about more today because of all the dance competitions and TV shows.  A recent article in the Huffington Post put it all in prospective for me.  For a long time I was of the… Continue Reading →

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