nupumukâunean (We are Here)
This powerful new work is being developed in close collaboration with members of the Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe through dance, song, installation, and storytelling. The work will be in development through Summer 2021, and is made possible through a partnership with The Yard, Aquinnah Cultural Center, and danza orgánica.
batey: the resilience of our people (working title)
stay tuned for the development of this work!
MELAZA explores the colonial relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States of North America, as it pertains to blackness, language, and socio-political perspectives. For more information, click here.
Running in Stillness
This project explores the impact that incarceration has on women and the children of incarcerated parents. Learn more about this work created with Sisters Unchained.
Support for Women and GNC Artists
danza orgánica invests in moving forward the artistic work of self-identified women artists and gender non conforming artists. Held since 2014, we create! features the works of self-identified women, and gender non-conforming artists. Visit us for more information on this work.
Quality Dance Education for All:
Dance for Social Justice ™
The DSJ workshop delves into the power of movement to generate social change. Through a carefully guided process, we facilitate a holistic journey that guides participants through a process of exploring social justice issues in their communities, having conversations around it, and creating dance pieces that represent said issues. This workshop was created for all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.
Learn more about this program.
Dance Research Online Forum
We believe in the access of free quality dance education for all. The Dance Research Online Forum, features international choreographers in different stages of their career. Interviews premiere on Fridays at the Facebook group: Dance Research Online Forum. Check out the interviews!