Building Racial Equity in the Arts through Dance Registration Form
Please complete this form to register for the upcoming workshop on February 24th and/or February 27th, and receive the necessary links and materials closer to the date.

Please join us on Wednesday, February 24th, from 4pm-6pm EST and/or Saturday, February 27th from 12pm to 2pm EST for Building Racial Equity in the Arts through Dance (BREAD), facilitated by Devon Wallace.

Love the Movement, Honor the People: The commercialization and exploitation of modern African American dance and culture for a world audience.

This workshop will directly address cultural and commercial treatment of African American dance encompassing the past 50 years. Many of the practices, traditions, and expectations of these dance styles have been compromised, disregarded, and in some cases sacrificed for outside forces to gain comfort or to thrive without full understanding of the art forms.

We will examine the many ways this presents itself, utilizing lecture, presenter-led movement, group dialogue, and music analysis. This will allow us to shine light on issues that stifle the beauty and brilliance of African-American artistic creations and the communities that facilitated their developments.

Presented by ClancyWorks Dance Company, this workshop is free of charge to all participants.

Continue the conversation with us on dismantling racism within the dance world(s) and reimagining a more inclusive dance education where BIPOC students' needs are met and all dancers are able to flourish. This is the first session of a monthly series, free of charge, led by various facilitators from organizations who have proven backgrounds in facilitating racial justice trainings.

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