Rows of pink pointe shoes on a shelving unit
Ever since 1796 when choreographer and inventor Charles Didelot attached wires to French dancers so they could skim the stage before actually leaving it, ballet dancers have tried to appear...
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A round-up of inspirational quotes to motivate us to work on our art.
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Former NEA Chairmen celebrate the legacy of the NEA's fourth chairman, Frank Hodsoll.
Here's one summer activity you don't want to miss...the DC Jazz Festival!
Put on your dancing shoes and turn up the podcast! Here are 10 podcasts with dancers and choreographers!
Fly in the air with recent NEA grantee Frequent Flyers Productions and learn about aerial dance!
As a child growing up in Southern California, Christopher Morgan connected with his Hawaiian heritage by dancing the hula. Today, as a choreographer and dancer, dance still serves as a point of connection with his cultural background. But in pieces such as Pō haku , Morgan’s recently premiered solo...
Man instructing young ballerinas at ballet barre
A product of the imperial courts of France and Russia, classical ballet is steeped in aristocratic ideals. Key to its history was a patrician vision of purity, uniformity, and whiteness...