D.C.’s Dance Scene: Are the Questions the Same? by Helanius Wilkins

Helanius Wilkins discusses why D.C. is a wonderful city in which to build a dance company.

Meisha Bosma on ‘Shelter’

My work is better when I create on the spot, but the disadvantage is that I usually don’t remember the choreography after it’s been taught. This is sometimes frustrating for the dancers, but we work collaboratively, and I trust them to take responsibility for the material after it leaves my body.

Editor’s Pick Event: Collaborations in Conserving Time Based Art, Mar. 17-18 (Hirshhorn/Lunder)

Editor's pick event: the Lunder Center's multi-day conference about preservation of digital and video artwork. Most events free and open to the public.

Damaged Sound and Matter by Nate Scheible

I started playing drums when I was 12, joined my first band at 14, and played in bands consistently for more than two decades. But when I...

Distinctive Voices Moving Together by Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson discusses increasing collaboration and friendliness in the local dance scene.

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