Joyce Theater

A.I.M - Future of Everything Festival

The Wall Street Journal’s "Future Of Everything Festival" brings together the most revolutionary minds to explore the ideas forming what comes next. In a "CLASSROOMS" event on Thursday, May 13 from 2-4pm ET featuring A.I.M, listen in as Kyle Abraham discusses his life and work, and dancer Tamisha A. Guy teaches an open level contemporary class.

As a member of the A.I.M community, you can get 50% off the whole festival with code SPEAKER, and the individual "CLASSROOMS" event with code CLASS.

Dance/NYC Field Wide Calls

Since May 28, 2020 Dance/NYC has been hosting weekly calls with the dance field to address pressing questions, needs, and plans for the future of dance in the metropolitan NYC area. The calls have focused on disseminating information related to COVID-19 and on facilitating resource-sharing amongst the dance community. Calls occur every Thursday, from 4:00 pm. – 5:00 p.m. Any member of the community is welcome to attend. Accessibility services including ASL interpretation and Closed captioning are provided upon confirmed requests in advance of each meeting (24hrs). Registration is required and free.

The Dance Union Podcast

The Dance Union Podcast captures timely and ephemeral conversations circulating within dance communities. It supports transparent discourse about a variety of topics including pay inequality, sexual harassment, abuse of power, and tokenism. The Dance Union podcast was born from the need to unify and amplify marginalized voices within the United States dance communities.

A unique component of the podcast is that hosts J. Bouey and Melanie Greene, both Black artists, center Black and marginalized experiences through culturally specific considerations, and first person advocacy. Guests are invited each week to share their experiences, and in addition to clever incorporation of movement into a digital medium, episodes offer a segment called History for the Future, a main topic of discussion, and statements envisioning a truly realized Dance Union.

Industry Talk with Luam

Luam, a celebrated choreographer and creative director out of New York sheds light on key issues in the dance world through conversations with celebrated creatives in the field. The topics are often hot and well debated, with the discussion continuing on various social media channels. Each episode Luam hosts illuminating talks between leaders and fresh new talent in the entertainment industry; and includes tips and strategies dancers, choreographers, and all artists can apply to expand their artistry and business. From talking about gender identity in the classroom to how to get started investing and build wealth, the podcast focuses on subjects hugely impactful to the dance community.

InfiniteBody by Eva Yaa Asantewaa

"Artists Reach Out: reflections in a time of isolation" was born "out of grief for my work both as a documenting arts writer and curator of live performance. In this time of social distancing, we are called to responsibly do all we can to safeguard ourselves and our neighbors," says Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Editorial Director and Senior Director of Artist Development & Curation at Gibney. In this new interview series on her blog InfiniteBody, engage with artists such as MurdaMommy, Sydnie L. Mosley, Aszure Barton, and more.