Ballet: flamboyant imagery, once ago..

Originally posted on Imagery Tales:
Ballet.. Listen to the sound, Bal-let: the word itself is feather-like. Light and elegant, delicate and swift, like ballerinas. Fragile, like their long fingers. Flamboyant. That is the…

Two Words: Dancing Babies

Need I say more…

Celebrating the Earth through Dance

The Earth has music for those who listen. -George Santayana I know it has been quite some time since I have written a post for this blog. I will spare you my excuses… Continue reading

‘Nude’ by Shinichi Maruyama.

Originally posted on Jenny Swerdlow Photography:
This series of images looks like long exposure dance photography. But do not be fooled, each images contain ten thousand images stitched together, his camera manages to…

Dance Around the World: Dancehall

Greetings Earthlings! For today’s entry, I will be covering a dance style very near and dear to my heart: dancehall. I am not quite sure if I have mentioned this before, however for… Continue reading

Viral Video: Harlem Shake

Move over Gangnam Style. In the past week, a dance phenomena called the Harlem Shake has been spreading like wildfire over the internet and television media. When I first heard the name “Harlem… Continue reading

Choreographer Spotlight: Christopher Scott

Happy February Dance Fam! I am not sure if you heard the news (or if you particularly care), however, Alison Holker from season 2 of So You Think You Can Dance and Twitch… Continue reading

The Future of Dance

Dance has many benefits. Of course there are the physical benefits such as increasing flexibility and improving your posture, however did you know that it can improve your cognitive acuity and can be used as… Continue reading

One billion women dancing is a revolution

There are 7 billion people on the planet. Half are women. One third of them are raped or beaten. Unless you live in a blissful little bubble in the middle of nowhere, I… Continue reading

Out with the old and in with the New Year

Happy New Year Everyone!!! It is crazy to think that one year has ended and another year has begun. In 2012 I graduated from college, got my first job, and started this blog.… Continue reading