Disability. Dance. Artistry.

marked dance project

 
A female dancer being lifted in the air by a male dancer while being surrounded by various dancersPhoto by: Peter Richter

Mission Statement

marked dance project aims to expose the art of dance to a variety of individuals, both disabled and non-disabled, of differing cultural backgrounds so that dance is made more accessible. In addition, MDP works to mold and enhance the artistic abilities of aspiring, emerging, and professional dancers, while fostering understanding of integrated dance among the community.

Program Statement

Through community outreach, we speak to individuals about integrated dance and the need to make dance more inclusive. We also perform in various venues and festivals as a way to showcase integrated dance in spaces that typically don’t think beyond the mainstream dance scope. We also offer master classes through The Movement Series, which offers (2) hour dance classes for free to all individuals in various dance disciplines. Lastly, we offer apprenticeships to emerging disabled and non-disabled dancers between the ages of 15-19 years old in order to provide training and performance opportunities.   

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Gallim Presents the World Premiere of To Create a World | February 12–17, 2019 at The Joyce Theater

 

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Gallim Presents the World Premiere of To Create a World | February 12–17, 2019 at The Joyce Theater