In the November 2023 issue of Dance Magazine, Samm Wesler asks: Where are dance history’s queer women? Wendy Perron responds.
New York City–based dancers know Gibney. It’s a performance venue, a dance company, a rehearsal space, an internship possibility—a Rubik’s Cube of resources bundled into two sites at 280 and 890 Broadway. And in March of this year, Gibney (having officially dropped “Dance” from its name) announced a major expansion of its space and programming; […]
More than just a company or a studio space, Gibney Dance provides a hub for New York City’s dance artists, offering a wide array of resources: • choreographic mentorship • performance series • space grants and rentals • open classes and training programs • financial and digital technology advice • leadership seminars • town-hall–style gatherings […]
For Dance Magazine‘s 90th anniversary issue, we wanted to celebrate the movers, shakers and changemakers who are having the biggest impact on our field right now. There were so many to choose from! But with the help of dozens of writers, artists and administrators working in dance, the Dance Magazine staff whittled the list down […]
Women make up the vast majority of the dance world. Yet it’s no secret that they’re routinely passed over for leadership positions and choreography commissions, confronted with sexism in the studio and stymied by expectations of how female artists should look and behave. Here, 10 industry leaders open up, candidly sharing their stories, and offering […]