The Dancer-Citizen Issue 10 call for submissions has been EXTENDED until March 31st. All submission guidelines can be found here. The issue will be released on May 15th.
We are an online organization. We are in solidarity with all those impacted by COVID, including the many artists, organizations and institutions whose livelihoods are suffering. We are grateful for the speedy response of some brilliant folks who have already gathered a ton of information to support artists through these chaotic and uncertain times, including how to find and apply for emergency funds, resources to shift your movement or teaching practice online, and resources for anti-racist and inclusive practices to support communities through this pandemic. You can find them through the links below, which will be updated regularly. If you have information you would like to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In support and unity,
Julie B. Johnson, on behalf of the Editors
- COVID 19 Freelance Artist Resources
- Dance Studies Association Resources for Moving Dance-Based Pedagogy Online
- Dance/USA Coronavirus-Related Resources
- Alternate ROOTS COVID-19 Resource Page
- Iowa State University Library DEI Resources for Coronavirus Racism
- HowlRound TV - Ways of Gathering in the Age of COVID-19
- Parliament of Dreams/ François Matarasso
- Arts Council England
- Down's Syndrome Association UK
Welcome to The Dancer-Citizen, an online, open-access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal exploring the work of socially engaged dance artists.
This endeavor grows out of our belief in the role of the artist as public intellectual, our curiosity about how dancers observe, explain and comment on the world, and an understanding of the obligation we hold to seek and develop solutions for the challenges facing the communities in which we live and work. We recognize that our diverse roles, experiences, and perspectives as practitioners constitute a unique body of knowledge in the world.
Issue 8: Interstitial, Intersecting, and Intermediary: (Non)Human Articulations in Dance and Movement
May 15, 2019