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WDA-Americas is excited to announce its first online digital dance concert series!  For more information or to submit a video for consideration, visit the WDA-A Digital Dance Concert page!

World Dance Alliance - Americas (WDA-Americas) is an independent, non-profit, non-political, and non-religious member-driven organization. It is part of the larger World Dance Alliance including the Asia-Pacific Network and other global regions. World Dance Alliance:
  • provides information, advocacy, and communication for dance organizations and individuals;
  • offers a forum for the exchange of ideas, information expertise, and resources in all areas of dance;
  • encourages an awareness of, access to, and understanding of dance as an art, ritual, traditional expression, and as a leisure-time activity in diverse communities throughout the world;
  • encourages the protection of dance repertoire in all dance forms by preservation in notation, film, and other media; and
  • supports the work of existing dance organizations and collaborates with other groups in related disciplines.

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Linda Caldwell
Journey in Sensuality - Anna Halprin and Rodin (AWAKEN working title)"The world will only be happy when all people have the souls of artists" - Rodin Testament After the international success and critical acclaim of Breath Made…

25.04.2015 at 01:41 amLike

Linda Caldwell
ImPulsTanz - Vienna International Dance Festivalimpulstanz.comImPulsTanz - Vienna International Dance Festival. Contemporary dance performances, research projects and workshops.

24.04.2015 at 01:26 pmLike

Linda Caldwell
Dance/USA — The national service organization for professional dance.danceusa.orgDance/USA sustains and advances professional dance by addressing the needs, concerns, and interests of artists, administrators, and organizations. By providing national leadership and services, Dance/USA enhances the infrastructure for dance creation and distribution, education, and dissemination of…

24.04.2015 at 01:03 pmLike

Linda Caldwell
Who Was the 1st Black Prima Ballerina at the Met?theroot.comThey Did It First: An extraordinarily gifted dancer, Janet Collins was a groundbreaking artist of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, who dazzled Broadway and made history on the Metropolitan Opera stage.

24.04.2015 at 01:00 pmLike



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