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DanceNYC 5h
Calpulli Mexican Dance Co. presents its first season in the Bronx with "Boda Mexicana" (Mexican Wedding)! Come see the story told through Mexican traditional dance and music.
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DanceNYC 5h
As comes to an end, don't forget join the immigrant artist network to receive the latest news regarding Dance/NYC's immigrant artist initiative:
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DanceNYC Apr 21
Dance/NYC thanks all of the volunteers that make our events and annual Symposium possible. Thank you for all that you do for dance! Learn more about Dance/NYC volunteers here:
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DanceNYC Apr 21
Join Institute on May 9 at 6pm for an Introductory Workshop! Through a joyful dance class, explore NDI's core teaching techniques and gain inspiration & tools to deepen your practice. Learn about employment with NDI.
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DanceNYC Apr 21
Don't miss (DRDT) in INDUMBA by Fana Tshabalala April 28 & 29th. Get your tickets today!!
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DanceNYC Apr 20
See 's 5th Anniversary Season April 27-28 ' . Performances to showcase a re-imagined piece from their 1st season & 2 world premiere , including a celebration of . Tix:
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DanceNYC Apr 20
"...In America, she dances to, 'keep the Arabic woman in me alive...'" Check out this article by about the American immigrant dancer experience:
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DanceNYC Apr 20
Spring is here and one of the best ways to celebrate is through dance! Let our community calendar help you find the perfect class, workshop, performance, or event happening in New York City this :
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DanceNYC Apr 19
Calpulli Mexican Dance Co. presents its first season in the Bronx with "Boda Mexicana" (Mexican Wedding)! Come see the story told through Mexican traditional dance and music.
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DanceNYC Apr 19
Research Report Highlight: "Foreign-born respondents are underrepresented on nonprofit dance boards and volunteer programs, inviting new strategies for cultivation and development." Photo by Stephanie Black
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DanceNYC Apr 19
As part of Dance/NYC's Immigrant Artist Initiative, we have compiled a list of resources for immigrant artists including service providers, government resources, and artists visa services:
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DanceNYC Apr 18
Don't miss (DRDT) in INDUMBA by Fana Tshabalala April 28 & 29th. Get your tickets today!!
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DanceNYC Apr 18
From Dance/NYC's Foreign Born Dance Workforce research report: "Only a slim percentage of the foreign-born sponsored dance respondents (4%) report being able to identify and access all the resources necessary to fulfill its needs" photo by Keita Hanyuda
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DanceNYC Apr 18
"A change requires a release not just of the musculature around the skeleton, but also a change in perceptions and attitude created in the mind." - Zvi Gotheiner of via For the full article:
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DanceNYC Apr 17
Just some of the ideas that bubbles up from tonight’s long table, Labor of Love with . What ideas do you have about addressing artistic labor in dance?
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DanceNYC Apr 17
Discussing labor, artistic love, and monetary and social value in the dance field at Labor of Love? A Long Table
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DanceNYC Apr 17
Our friends present their annual Indian Classical Dance Festival April 21 & 22 featuring young Kuchipudi dancer Amrita Lahiri and the first US tour of the Dancing Monks of Assam & Sattriya Dance Co. More info & tix =>
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DanceNYC Apr 17
Join us in Celebrating Immigrant Heritage Week! has compiled an event guide to help you celebrate the city's collective immigrant heritage. Read more and find an event happening in NYC today:
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DanceNYC Apr 17
No matter where you've come from, you too can be a New Yorker For Dance. Meet Rajika Puri, dancer, director, and curator:
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DanceNYC Apr 16
Calpulli Mexican Dance Co. presents its first season in the Bronx with "Boda Mexicana" (Mexican Wedding)! Come see the story told through Mexican traditional dance and music.
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