Author: Claire Farmer, MSc, on behalf of the Dance Educators' Committee
Over the past few years, we have seen a steady increase in the use of technology within the arts, as dance artists explore the ways in which digital content can be utilized in the creation, documentation,1 and sharing of work. The move towards a digital world has been profoundly accelerated due to the coronavirus pandemic and our transfer as dance educators to online learning and communication...
Authors: Karen Sudds and Charmaine Tay on behalf of the Dance Educators' Committee
As dance studios begin to re-open, IADMS members from across the world talk about their experiences of reopening studios amongst a global pandemic, the measures they have put in place, the challenges they have faced, and the dancers’ reactions to returning.
Author: Carina Nasrallah on behalf of the IADMS Promotion Committee
I’m Carina, Houston Methodist Athletic Trainer for Houston Ballet and a member of the IADMS Promotions Committee. We were proud to have Houston, Texas as the location of the #IADMS2017 Annual Conference. As part of the Helping Dancers Help Themselves initiative, I wanted to share some perspectives from within our Houston community as to how we are adapting to the COVID-19 quarantine.