“At times we lend each other our sadness so that we can remember how to stand up. Carrying it all on our own will make us crumble. This ignited in me the desire to turn to community and start creating work through the support it offered me.”
“I work in a highly collaborative process. I care very much about the perspectives that dancers and performers share and try to create dialogue around whatever concept we are working with…the intention is at the forefront of the piece.”
Our new design is about prioritizing usability for the Seattle dance community, including audiences, producers, and artists. Learn about our new features including all-city calendar, call-board, archives and more!
“I read, watched, contemplated, listened, talked-to, and asked a whole lot about birds. I explored movement from the idea of their locomotion and flight patterns; I went deep into the structure of feathers…” Read more about Zara Martina Lopez’s inspiration in this Spotlight Q&A!
A letter to the SeattleDances community about the past and future of the organization.
SeattleDances is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 DanceCrush Decade awards.
We’re embracing 2020 as an opportunity to do something a little different! Introducing DanceCrush Decade Edition!
Our 2019 DanceCrush picks are finally announced! Learn more about them here, and our DanceCrush Celebration Jan 18th!
It’s that time of year again! We want to know who YOU have a DanceCrush on! Nominees due Nov. 1, 2019!
SeattleDances is seeking a regular columnist who is knowledgeable in one or more dance forms not derived from a European lineage.