simultaneously around the world

Mar 1
2017

dance anywhere® takes a break

by dance anywhere®

photo: weidong yang

dance anywhere® will not be hosting an official event in 2017, but please keep dancing wherever you are!

Mar 11
2016

artists + movement = dance anywhere®

by dance anywhere®

collaborative drawing project / sonja hinrichsen

where is the dance in your art practice?

Mar 7
2016

common ground

by Beth Fein

invitations to President Obama and Senator McConnell

Can art change the public discourse?

Mar 1
2016

artist call for entry

by Beth Fein

susan wolf's dance anywhere® drawing

Artists must create work that incorporates movement in any form…

Feb 25
2016

“I Came to See You, But You Are Gone”

by Beth Fein

megan lowe and sonsherée giles

farewell to Subterranean Arthouse…a celebration of endings and beginnings

Feb 21
2016

cid pearlman – economies of effort

by dance anywhere®

cid pearlman projects  /  photo: RainbeauPictures

you can move freely through the performance, choosing your own path and creating your own narrative

Feb 16
2016

Witness the Urban Wild

by Nicole Gervacio

Land-SB-Rock-2082

“Witness dance inspired by the urban wild and deepen your relationship with this park…”

Jan 24
2016

dance anywhere ® -back to the future

by Beth Fein

Ruth Botchan  / photo: Treve Johnson

I hadn’t imagined it would be more than a one-time performance…

Sep 23
2015

Piñata Dance Collective: Tango with the S...

by dance anywhere®

Liz Boubion  / Piñata Dance Collective  / photo: Kara Cooper

“I danced such a satisfying tango with a parking meter that for a moment I considered it a very eligible partner…”

Jul 13
2015

Sonja Hinrichsen

by S. Nicole Lane

Snow Drawing / Sonja

“…art develops slowly through body movement.”

May 13
2015

Kim Epifano: Rituals of space and time

by S. Nicole Lane

Kim Epifano, dance anywhere® 2015

“dance anywhere® keeps me going to new places even when I think I have covered the city….”

Apr 28
2015

Dancing with Sculptures: Sarah Bush at the...

by S. Nicole Lane

Sarah Bush Dance

…“reminder to work in elements of space and place, to keep making dance for non-dance audiences, to encourage everyone to dance…”