Wow! What a rush these first couple months of 2017 have been! January On the eve of the Women’s March on Washington, Natalia Zukerman invited me to perform at the Sisterhood In Song concert. I danced to Anne Heaton’s poignant “Maybe It’s Peace” with Mona Tavakoli on cajon. (This song continues to be one I … Continue reading MARCH in celebration of women – Sisterhood in Song, at Sea, and in the Streets
I am fired up. I have been sad. I feel the remnant weights of loss. I have felt small and quiet. And, I am fired up. I am excited to create.
Maybe every time period feels like it’s the one most desperately in need of art, but it does seem urgent and important now. Continue reading The Year Ahead – Ready to Work
SBDP at Martin Luther King Jr Regional Shoreline with East Bay Regional Park District and Save The Bay, participating in MLK Day of Service – cleaning up trash from one of our This Land Oakland sites. An opportunity to reflect on our consumer choices, how we care for our environments and our bodies. More This … Continue reading Shoreline clean up for MLK “Day of Service”
Please join Sarah Bush Dance Project for an evening of dance and discussion to kick off the 14th Annual Global Women’s Rights Forum at USF on Wednesday, March 4th. SBDP will perform excerpts from Rocked By Women with personal and historic stories that inform the work. Q&A to follow performance. This will be a good … Continue reading Kick-off event for USF Global Women’s Rights Forum
V-Day‘s One Billion Rising. SBDP will participate in several One Billion Rising flash mobs and performances in the Bay Area. You can learn the flash mob choreography by attending Sarah’s 5:30-6:30 class Thurs 2/5 & 2/11, or by watching this or other youtube videos: How To Dance “Break the Chain” Mirrored Version. ~ February 12, … Continue reading SBDP participating in One Billion Rising