Here in Oakland, amidst the rains and nearby floods, today there is sunshine, new green and blooms, the glimpses of spring.
February has felt full! I’ve been busy writing grants, applying for artist residencies, and delighting in research for various upcoming projects. Continue reading Gathering Histories + New Works
In 2019 SBDP will bring stories to life with a series of site-specific dances celebrating Oakland’s LGBTQ histories. Do you have a story to tell? Continue reading Stories of beauty and daring — Oral Histories Project
SBDP’s 2018 Berkeley Art Center Residency, and matching-gift update. Continue reading Reflecting on a year without mirrors…
Arts In Action – Sarah & Nina perform in final BAC Residency event this Saturday 4-6pm Continue reading “Arts in Action” this Saturday, and other news
It’s May! Happy Mother’s Day! Many of you have celebrated past Mother’s Day weekends by attending one of our Rocked By Women shows… Continue reading In The Spirit of Mother’s Day
April! Here in Northern California the hills are GREEN, things are BLOOMING. Such a feast for the eyes… Continue reading Bulgarian Adventures, #SpiritAndBones campaign, and upcoming events
Before we charge ahead into 2018 we are taking a look back at our incredible 10th Anniversary Season. Continue reading Reaching Back While Looking Forward
Today and every day I am grateful for you — friends, family, artists, activists — who believe in the value of creativity and community. Thank you for all the ways you support me and this company of dancers and collaborators… Continue reading Heading Homeward – Giving Thanks
Whoa! June kicked-off with a festive whirlwind weekend of shows! Arts Festival, Pride Party, Finals, Wellness Workshop… Continue reading June! Whoa! – Voguing with a legend, Performing with peacocks
May is for Labor Marches and hard work, for Mother’s Day and birthing movements, for May Baskets and the magic of giving and receiving anonymous beauty.
And, it’s the beginning of the summer festival season!
Continue reading In Honor of Mothers of Music and Movements — Commit Radical Acts of Beauty