For this jam-packed Sunday (February 28), there was a great deal to see and of course not enough time to see it all. Besides the very informative workshops on legal issues (“Independent Contractors” and “Planned Giving”) I also sat in briefly on Susan Chin’s panel on public spaces for dance, and Camille A. Brown’s panel on “Diversity & Inclusion in Dance Education.” All were very lively and, as expected, could go on and on because there was more to share.
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