It can be challenging to talk about race. One way in is by listening to others – their perspectives, the questions they ask. Created by journalists of color, Code Switch is a weekly podcast that shares the voices of real people and the stories of how racial and inequity issues affect their lives. Several episodes explore race & equity in education, and this episode includes a conversation about our role as dance educators – check it out & keep the conversations going!
Luna is hiring for the 2019-20 fiscal year. See the full job notice here.
Introducing Bay Area Dance Week, Susan Felix interviews Cherie, Nancy, & Heather in this local TV spot.
Thank you to all who joined live or via live feed to our Equity in Dance Panel February 23rd, and a big shout out to our generous & articulate speakers: Zaynah Islam, Latanya d. Tigner, Tammy Johnson, Gerald Casel, Judith Smith & Albirda Rose. Please stay tuned for our follow-up resources & transcription. You can still catch an excerpt of the conversation here.
Make sure to read our Advocacy posts below and join us in supporting arts in California.
Did you miss our annual October Dance & Disability Panel? We’ve compiled a resource page, with notes and transcription from the panel conversation, resources shared by panelists, and a reflection by Luna’s Director of Creativity & Pedagogy, Patricia Reedy.
Read more here.
We love sharing our beautiful, airy studio with our dance community. Are you looking for a spot for your rehearsals or workshops? Luna’s studio may be for you! We are specifically looking for long-term rental partners who are interested in making art in a Berkeley home. For more information, please visit here.