Choreographers are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legendary speech, “I Have A Dream” in 2013. Learn about the upcoming events from contributor, Roger Lee in his annual Black History Month post.
Dancers have the power to change the world. Over the past few months Dance Advantage has highlighted just a few of the many dance/arts organizations that are on a mission to do just that. Links to these posts as well as some others are listed below.
Because of the holiday I could not produce an in-depth post on this subject, although it is one near to my heart. Selly at Dance Outlook has a provided a post for Bloggers Unite today, however. Head over there and check it out! In addition, check out the following organizations and consider offering your support! […]
Decisions, Decisions Parents often agonize each year about what to get for the vast number of people that work among, care for, and interact with their children on a regular basis. School teachers, coaches, dance instructors, den mothers, classroom aides, daycare workers, on and on and on! If you are a parent wrestling with what […]
I do not consider myself well-versed in international or global affairs, policies, politics, wars, or history. As a dancer, an artist, and citizen of the world I am curious about these things. However, probably like many of you, I am easily overwhelmed by all there is to learn and understand as I try to sift […]
Today is Blog Action Day, “an annual nonprofit event that aims to unite the world’s bloggers, podcasters and videocasters, to post about the same issue on the same day.” This year’s aim is to raise awareness and trigger a global discussion about poverty. I was particularly excited about this topic because it is one that […]