Adjudication, or Appropriate, Constructive Dance Critiques

Feel like there’s a disconnect between artistic process, current modes of collaboration, and the thumbs-up thumbs-down attitude of DANCE CRITICS?

What does the future of dance journalism look like, and how active will we be in shaping that?

Come join this panel of dance activists and artists who are doing more than just talking about changing the balance of power, and actually taking back some control over the discussion of their work–at all stages. ABRONS ARTS CENTER Tuesday, September 29.

sucker punched by the chief guest of honor (again)

sucker punched by the chief guest of honor (again)


  • Brian McCormick
    8:59 am
    September 17, 2009

    Confirmed panelists include:

    Laura Colby, artist representative and director of Elsie Management.

    Maura Donohue, performer, curator, dance writer, andartistic director of Maura Donohue/inmixedcompany.

    Doug Fox, speaker, consultant, curator, writer, & creator of

    Marc Kirschner, founder and General Manager of TenduTV, and advisory board chair of Dance/NYC’s technology committee.

    Jaki Levy of arrowroot media, an Interactive Agency for arts organizations and non-profits. Specializing in new media, social media, video, installations, and developing open source solutions.

    Eric Ost, Director of Education and Outreach for High 5 Tickets to the arts and custodiann of the Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

    David Parker, artistic director & choreographer, The Bang Group, and dance writer.

    Sarah A.O. Rosner, artist, DTW fellow, and founder of the A.O. Movement Collective.

    Paz Tanjuaquio, artist and co-founder of TOPAZ Arts, a multidisciplinary arts center in Woodside, Queens.

    Eva Yaa Asantewaa, long time dance writer for many publications and host of podcasts and flash reviews on her Infinite Body blog.

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