There is a deep hunger from artists, critics and audiences to continue discussions within their communities.
With STANCE, Velocity hopes to meet the challenges of social engagement in creating a public forum that responds to ways artists and audiences share stories, engage with live performances and connect with current issues.
STANCE is the online and mobile component of Velocity’s proactive engagement with artists, audiences and communities. With online conversations, curated writing, podcasts, artist interviews, videos and user-generated material, STANCE’s online presence is crucial for Velocity to effectively advocate for dance as an essential component to cultural vitality.
If you have content to submit, or would like to learn more, contact STANCE Content Manager Maeve Haselton at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is STANCE?
STANCE is Velocity Dance Center’s online journal.
What is “choreographic culture”?
Choreographic Culture is a versatile, expansive field that can include dance studies, art history, philosophy, anthropology, political science, gender studies, cultural studies, performance studies, neurology . . . to focus on aspects of culture that rely on kinetic organization.
The choreographic can include the kinetic organization of bodies, objects and ideas. Kinetic organization can also be pre-determined, spontaneously constructed, collectively derived, unconsciously manifested.
We choreograph our lives through the city, but the city also choreographs us.
Read the Q + A with Tonya Lockyer, Velocity’s Artistic Director, about STANCE: a journal of choreographic culture here.
© 2012 Tonya Lockyer
The STANCE Team
Editor // Tonya Lockyer + Velocity Staff
Content Manager// Maeve Haselton
Conception// Tonya Lockyer, Mary Margaret Moore, David Wolbrecht, Syniva Whitney
Design// Grace Poetzinger + WPShower
Guest Editors// Syniva Whitney, Mary Margaret Moore, Jan Trumbauer, Tyler P. Wardwell, William D. Brattain