Friday Film Break: "If Cities Could Dance" Highlights Katherine Dunham and East St. Louis

The latest episode of the award-winning KQED series "If Cities Could Dance" shines a spotlight on Katherine Dunham and her impact on East St. Louis, Illinois. Meet the dancers and teachers who carry on her legacy in the city where she settled—which is now home to the Katherine Dunham Center for Arts and Humanities and the Katherine Dunham Museum.

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Photo by Ema Peter, Courtesy University of Southern California, Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

More Than Just a Studio

There's a special connection between dancers and the studios where they spend countless hours—even years—developing their craft. That's why colleges that want to attract and nurture the very best talent invest in the very best resources—like top-quality flooring from a trusted manufacturer like Harlequin—to inspire and support their students both mentally and physically.

Check out these college dance studios—and their sweeping views, eye-catching design, and industry-leading Harlequin floors—that are soon to become a home away from home to the class of 2025.

July 2021