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  • Dance Equity & Inclusion Day – Postponed


    Please note that this event has been postponed to protect our community and per the advisement of the Alameda County Public Health Department, the State of California, the CDC, and Governor Newsom. See here for Luna’s COVID-19 update.

    Join us for a day of learning, questioning, sharing, and dancing about how to make our field more accessible and equitable to all. While this is part of Luna’s everyday practice, and a critical aspect of all our workshops, we are dedicating a full day to immerse intently with community.

    Morning Session 9-11:45am free

    Panel conversation featuring Eddie Madril, Alleluia Panis, Suzanna Curtis, Laura E. Ellis, Sonja Travick, Judith Smith and more
    Breakout discussion groups addressing questions from panelists and participants

    Discover more about panelists here

    Afternoon Session 1-5pm sliding scale

    Afternoon participants must also come to morning session AND have had prior equity training
    Advanced Arts Equity Workshop with Claudia Alick
    Inclusive Dance Jam with Eric Kupers and Bandelion/Dandelion Dancetheater

    Saturday, March 21
    Luna Dance Institute
    All day $20-185 pay what you can
    Morning session FREE


    Workshop Description – Embodying Equity
    This advanced arts equity workshop is an experiential peer learning session led by national leader Claudia Alick. Using an intersectional lens we will be gaining more cultural humility in gender justice, racial justice, and disabled justice. We will identify critical issues Bay Area artists and arts educators need to address in the current climate. How to address and interrupt oppression and injustice when it happens – with students, colleagues, administration, families (of students). How the arts/arts teaching are tools for liberation. How we can identify our own privilege and power, and wield that power to challenge systemic oppression. We will be looking at how systems of oppression have impacted the SF Bay Area historically and reflect on and evaluate the impact of our own practices from a social justice lens. We will grow our vocabulary, and find ways to put our ideas into action.
  • Launch – Sept. 3, 2019


    Start your school year off right with teachers who are as passionate about sharing their art as you are. This happy hour is a fun, empowering, and community-building event.

    Tuesday, September 3, 2019
    Luna Dance Institute