The Dance YouTubers Support Network is a group that I started to bring together dancers and performing artists who want to grow on YouTube so we can have a central place to come together and chat about our experiences using YouTube for dance-related activities. https://youtu.be/XaLW1lDm_vg Even if you have not started a YouTube channel and … Continue reading Come Join the Dance YouTubers Support Network!
Dancer Adie San Diego shared this message for dancers on their Instagram profile: "It is just as important to know about black dance pioneers like Master Juba, Josephine Baker, and Pearl Primus as much as we are taught to know famed white artists like Agnes de Mille, Bob Fosse, and Jerome Robbins. It was only … Continue reading A Letter to Dancers from Adie San Diego
Finding space to dance at home is not always easy. Right now, I am fortunate to have a designated space for dancing in my house, but that has not always been the case for me. While the available space may be difficult to control, there are many hacks and tools available that can help. In … Continue reading My Favorite Equipment for Dancing in Small Spaces
When it comes to ballroom, there are a lot of steps to learn. The good news is, almost every step can be broken down into three basic elements: walks, rocks, and box. In this video tutorial, I break down the three basic elements of ballroom dance to get you started on your dance journey. I … Continue reading JUST THREE STEPS: The Basic Elements of Ballroom Dance
We may not be dancing in studios or on stages right now, but we can still find ways to keep creating our dance arts digitally. If you are feeling blocked on inspiration, try one of these 5 dance content ideas to inspire your next digital dance post! Learn a Dance Combination One idea for digital … Continue reading WHAT SHOULD I POST? 5 Content Ideas for Dancers
As a long-time house dancer, I had been desiring a way to film myself that would be more useful than my still phone on a tripod. I have seen some awesome dance videos on social medias, and also many that leave me wanting to see more. It is a huge advantage to be able to … Continue reading ADVENTURES IN USER TESTING | The Pivo Pod Cameraman
Choreographer Camille A. Brown's BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play "reveals the complexity of carving out a self-defined identity as a black female in urban American culture. In a society where black women are often only portrayed in terms of their strength, resiliency, or trauma, this work seeks to interrogate these narratives by representing a nuanced spectrum … Continue reading Watch Camille A. Brown’s BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play