Camille A. Brown & Dancers regularly shares online chats, the "Social Dance for Social Distance," Instagram, plus "Social Dance for Social Distance Lectures" series.
International Association of Blacks in Dance 's Open Space: an Artist Connectivity Series, invites artists of color to come together to listen and reflect on ways and means of navigating since COVID-19.
Martha Graham Dance Company
Every Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30pm EST,
they screen rare footage -- including some
of Martha Graham herself, and there is more.
Virtually BAAD! -BBAAD! has asked artists to re-imagine their work for this virtual platform.
New York Live Arts' (RE)LIVE ARTS STREAMING and Bill T. Jones' Instagram Series Diary: Pause/Intermission
Every Thursday there is new content from the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company and Live Arts archives!
BAM - Love From BAM
Works & Process" at the Guggenheim
Artists from a wide variety of genres have been commissioned to create new works, less than 5 minutes long, while observing social distancing guidelines, that will premiere on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube (@worksandprocess) every Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm.
The Shed - "Up CLOSE" - see some dance from their new series.
Jody Sperling/Time Lapse Dance's 20th Anniversary Season- lasting 20 weeks, featuring a series of intense, intimate and interactive events, and more.
EB Remote - At STREB, they are gathering from the archives and offering classes.
Lincoln Center at Home - has daily pop-up classrooms for families and regularly update videos of performances—archival, home-made, documentary, or previously broadcast—by our organizations across the campus.
Dance Magazine’s List of Online Dance Performances
American Tap Dance Foundation - a good deal of virtual shows and events are planned, including the annual "Tap City."
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater -
AileyAllAccess – a free online streaming series featuring performances of full length works from the repertory, Ailey Extension dance classes, and original short films created by the Ailey dancers, and other especially created content.
Dance Theatre of Harlem's DTH On Demand launches a digital platform to help bring its artistry directly into the homes of its beloved audiences.
Peak Performances - “The Talking Cure” are informal conversations between Montclair State University’s Executive Director for Arts + Cultural Programming, Jedediah Wheeler, and innovative artists and administrators from PEAK Performances' local and worldwide community.
Pride Music Video Festival is happening now, commissioned by The Invisible Dog and curated & produced by Raja Feather Kelly - 10 artists - 10 videos - 10 world premieres
New music videos and interviews released each weekend of June
Merce Cunningham - The Cunningham Trust Centennial Repertory Festival - Cunningham Trust Director of Licensing Patricia Lent, curator of the Centennial Repertory Festival, says, “This unique experience is only possible due to the high-quality work our licensees presented and the cooperation of our collaborators who have generously and eagerly supported this initiative.”
Ballet Hispánico - Instagram video series entitled B Unidos features a series of videos posted each weekday, created by the three arms of the Ballet Hispánico:
Roulette at home - offers an exploration of concert recordings, video, podcasts, Roulette TV, archival photographs, writing, and interviews from Roulette’s 40-year history.
PlayBAC: a weekly video series of full-length performances from BAC's 15-year archive. Plus their Fall 2019 "In the Studio Video" series
Danspace Project - A good deal of the "Platform 2020" offerings are available for 24 hour viewing.
Harlem Stage - will share weekly programs!
The Kitchen's weekly programming, responding to our isolating and challenging moment with new modes of connection and ways to experience art.
Joyce Theater's "Bring dance Home" includes their "Joyce Stream" programs and other ways to see dance from your home.
HERE@HOME - free online programming including include #stillHERE, a weekly Livestream featuring HERE artists.
BAM and New York Live Arts (Live Arts) unite their respective annual Pride programs for the first time in a special live streaming event--The House Party with Everybooty on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 8pm EDT. The Pride 2020 event features a multitude of singular artists and collectives performing in drag, dance, song, storytelling, video collages, and more. The House Party with Everybooty will stream on livestream.com and will be accessible on BAM.org and NewYorkLiveArts.org.
Town Hall conversations with hosts J. Bouey and Melanie Greene who created The Dance Union Podcast.
Two events celebrating Juneteenth, that day on June 19, 1865 when Union soldiers landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free.
(1) With Dance/NYC’s advisor Tiffany Rea-Fisher and The International Association of Blacks in Dance the Juneteenth Million March invites activists across Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Staten Island, & Queens to protest for justice on Friday, June 19, 2020 at 2:00pm at City Hall in Manhattan. Join the march here
(2) Summerstage’s “Honoring the 155th Anniversary of Juneteenth” invites Creative Outlet Dance Theatre, Hope Boykin and Ruddur Dance as part of an eight-hour day of events. Find out more here
As a part of its regular grantmaking, separate from grants related to CARES Act funding, the National Endowment for the Arts announces over $84 million for 1,144 new awards to organizations in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and each of the five U.S. territories. Grants will be awarded in 13 artistic disciplines, arts research, and partnership agreements with all U.S. state and regional arts agencies.
The New York City dance recipients include:
A Better Jamaica, Inc.
Arts Resources in Collaboration, Inc.
ballet Tech Foundation, Inc.
Brooklyn Ballet, Inc.
CABD Inc (Camille A. Brown Dance)
Dance Continuum, Inc. (Susan Marshall & Company)
Dance Theatre of Harlem, Inc.
Dancing in the Street, Inc.
Everybody Dance Now!
Gotham Dance, Inc. (aka Bebe Miller Company)
Read more here
Brice Mouset of Mouset/OUI DANSE says: "Regardless of how contained or isolated we feel, dance opens windows to escape, to feel free, to breathe and to connect.
Thanks to all the dancers from my virtual classes "Dance From Home" for being passionate and creative in this project."
Here are two: VIMEO #1 & VIMEO #2
Please choose a color:
I am a performer, historian, consultant and dance writer. I am a Empire State College's online program Center for Distance Learning. I am also a former faculty member at The Ailey School and the Alvin Ailey/Fordham University dance major program, Hunter College, Sarah Lawrence College (Guest), Kean University and The Joffrey Ballet School's Jazz and Contemporary Trainee Program. I write on dance for The Amsterdam News, Dance Magazine and various publications. Click below to read more about me at my home page - "About Me."