No Pants Webinar

Becoming a Professional Dancer Today w/ Alicia-Lynn Nascimento Castro


The more our lives are bombarded by social media the more people crave connection and real life experiences.  Let’s talk about how we can use this to create opportunities to dance and what it looks like to be a professional dancer today.   

Alicia-Lynn Nascimento Castro is an Afro Brazilian American dancer, creator, teacher, mother and artist currently living in Phoenix Arizona working on projects and teaching at Arizona State University, Grand Canyon University and Glendale Community College.

No Pants Webinar

Tiny Tips for Getting Unstuck w/ Sydney Jackson


Getting stuck is nothing new-- a shoulder here, an artist block there, stalling out on that next step you know you need to take. Enjoy some tiny tips that you can use at your leisure to get thangs flowing.


Sydney Jackson is a movement artist residing in Portland, Oregon and missing her homes in Maryland and Arizona. They like to roll around, hold space for themselves and others to change, and get very still sometimes.

RE:volving Living Room Series

w/ Dienae Hunter


Check out RE:volve from the comfort of your own living room couch!


Will you share some comfort (food) with me? Bring your fattiest, saltiest, naughtiest meal and join me in trying to find pleasure in quarantine. 

Dienae Hunter is a dancer and performance artist currently trying their best to stay sane in isolation. Their preferred medium is sexy food and their favorite way of working is collaboratively with fellow queer hotties. 

RE:volving Living Room Series

w/ TVprocessing


Check out RE:volve from the comfort of your own living room couch!


PAIN-NAIP-INAP is an online interactive movement exhibit showcasing movement along with creative exercises used to create the movement. TVprocessing... is an independent art collective that encourages creativity as a means to find joy, have fun, increase self-understanding, and let go. In a collaborative effort, four artists have explored the subject pain. The process exploring pain involved creative guidance, creative exercise, and spontaneous discussions. The conversations sprouted talk of physical pain and emotional pain.     

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