New Dance Alliance stands in support of the Black community. NDA’s initial aims were to support an artistic community that has limited institutional resources and to provide that community with increased opportunities to share experimental works with the public.
We recognize our change is necessary and late. We promise to fight back against systemic racism in our own organization and help hold other arts organizations accountable. We will deepen the work of bringing forward the voices of black artists.
These are our first steps in working towards anti-racism. We will be instituting other initiatives in the near future.
Performance Mix Festival “The most elaborate festival of the unpredictable,” (The New York Times), is a jam-packed program of local, national, and international artists with new perspectives on how we experience dance. Stay tuned for details about Performance Mix Festival #37, to be held at Abrons Arts Center as part of the @Abrons Series on June 8-11, 2023. Learn more >
The Black Artists Space to Create is a residency program offering three Black artists a safe space at Modern Accord Depot in Accord, NY. Each artist receives a one-week residency with unlimited access to a dance studio and full living space and a $2,000 honorarium. Learn more >
Karen Bernard has a history of creating solo dances that challenge audiences to engage in a specific reality of everyday life issues contextualized into a heightened performative experience. Learn more >
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What artists are saying
This current global situation is immensely sad and challenging, including the necessary cancellations/ postponements/ restructuring of opportunities, but we are so grateful for how you and the Performance Mix #34: Remotely Yours team has honored all of the artists involved – artistically, financially, and emotionally. In these uncertain, confusing times, we feel taken care of & clearly communicated with. Thank you.
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