Here are the latest promotions, appointments and departures, as well as notable awards and accomplishments, from January 2023.
If there is one thing the 2022 Dance Magazine Awards ceremony made clear, it is how misleading the term “dance lineage” can be.
The dancers, choreographers and scholars that make up this remarkable group of 2022 Dance Magazine Award honorees are notable not only for their artistry but also for their impact on the field of dance and the world at large.
The honorees for the 65th annual Dance Magazine Awards are Kyle Abraham, Lucinda Childs, Herman Cornejo, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, Phd, and Dianne McIntyre.
Heads up, choreographers: Jacob’s Pillow just announced the launch of a new choreography program, starting next summer. Inspired by the famous Bessie Schönberg workshops from the ’80s and ’90s, the Ann & Weston Hicks Choreography Fellows Program is designed to help eight early-career choreographers (approximately 20–30 years old) refine their voices and expand their networks. […]
In this moment of history, choreographers of all walks of life are addressing racism and violence through dance. But this is not a new trend. For as long as this country has struggled with racial discrimination, dance has been a way to bring community together, a way to share a message and a way to […]