MADC presents Collective Thread

The Collective Thread Residency is an extension of MADC's annual Collective Thread Dance Festival. The residency is an incubator for women/womyn identifying dancers & choreographers of color ages 18+ to hone their technical skills and creative practices to develop new work through journaling, round table discussions, and movement based classes as a form of self-care.

 

The purpose of the residency is to provide artists access to resources to assist in strengthening their creative voices. This residency will give women/womyn identifying people of color permission to heal in a safe, open space, the opportunity to share and strengthen their often silenced voices through dance, and create a platform for communities of color to have more accessibility and exposure to the kind of art that reflects their rich and varied histories and cultures.

Video Caption: Behind the Scenes look at this year’s Residency

Introduction

 

Sharing of Artists’ Manifestations (in alphabetical order): 

Sofia Bengoa 

Megan Curet 

Shekoya Gordon

Sade Murray

 Takiya Roebuck 

Genesis Perdomo Santos

Andrea Smith 

Yasmin Venable

 

Gratitude & Support

MADC would like to thank our donors & Patreon supporters: Dr. & Mrs. Amamoo, Anonymous (7), Sharon Banks, Neva Cockrell, Lindi Duesenberg, The Robert Wood Foundation, Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Laura Dadap Gilmartin, Rev, & Mrs. Lee, Karen & Brian Lowy, Audrey Madison, REELYDOPE Media, Susan Mende, Leslie Natraj, Tanya Patton, Tammeca Rochester, Colleen Sellers, Harriette Smiley, Elizabeth Soulier, Cathy Torelli, Kirsten Trued, Laura Tubbs, Nikki Watrin/Dance Kidz Inc., Kara Zacconi, Paul Brill, Shauna Davis, Asha Sienkiewicz, Nathaniel Rutledge, & Celia Keenan-Bolger. 

MADC is a sponsored project through Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Help us to continue to be an agent of social change. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation, become a Patreon patron, purchase an item from MADC's Etsy shop, or discover other ways to support the company.

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