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Social media has influenced our way of life. Every Wednesday, join kNOwBOX dance, a social media based dance company, as they interview those with dance careers questioning the influence of social media in dance process, production, and publicity. Whether you are a dance artist, educator, scholar, or are curious about the impact of social media on dance, this is the podcast for you.

DANCE BEHIND THE SCREEN; process, production, social media kNOwBOX dance

    • Performing Arts
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Social media has influenced our way of life. Every Wednesday, join kNOwBOX dance, a social media based dance company, as they interview those with dance careers questioning the influence of social media in dance process, production, and publicity. Whether you are a dance artist, educator, scholar, or are curious about the impact of social media on dance, this is the podcast for you.

    Episode 53 | #EricFranklin - Franklin Method

    Episode 53 | #EricFranklin - Franklin Method

    On our first episode of Somatics month, your co-host YeaJean interviews Swiss Dancer, Movement Educator, University Lecturer, Writer and Founder of the Franklin Method, Eric Franklin. In this episode, we go behind the screen and talk about imagery and dance, the Franklin Method, benefits of understanding your body, lifestyle recommendations for a long career, somatic product recommendations, protecting training methods/products/brand, and advice for the dance community during COVID-19. 

    • 42 min
    52 | #TimWise - Social Injustice, Black Lives Matter & Dance Pt 2

    52 | #TimWise - Social Injustice, Black Lives Matter & Dance Pt 2

    On this episode of Social Injustice, Black Lives Matter & Dance Pt 2, your co-hosts Reyna and Martheya interview Anti-Racism Educator and Author, Tim Wise. In this episode, we go behind the screen and talk about learning from the targets of systemic oppression, white privilege, overcoming shame, how to take personal inventory of one's own life and work, accountability, the importance of humility, and Tim’s experience as a father of two dancers. 

    Show kNOwtes: http://www.knowboxdance.com/podcast.html

    • 47 min
    51 | #Paloma McGregor - Social Injustice, Black Lives Matter & Dance Pt 1

    51 | #Paloma McGregor - Social Injustice, Black Lives Matter & Dance Pt 1

    On this episode of Social Injustice, Black Lives Matter & Dance Pt 1, your co-hosts Azaria and Reyna interview Director of Angela's Pulse and Dancing While Black, Paloma McGregor. In this episode, we go behind the screen and talk about centering black voices, inclusivity, how to turn energy toward the visions we want to manifest, dance lineage, liberation practices, and advice for companies and individuals who want to change. 

    • 40 min
    Episode 50 | #DBSRoundtable - COVID-19 & Dance

    Episode 50 | #DBSRoundtable - COVID-19 & Dance

    On our third episode of Dance Trends month, in celebration of our 50th episode, your co-hosts Martheya, YeaJean, Azaria, and Reyna moderate a ‘COVID-19 & Dance’ roundtable with 11 guests;Theresa Ruth Howard, Sarah Gamblin, Ana Maria Alvarez, Jill Homan Randall, Matthew Cumbie, Yin Yue, Lynn Lane, Matt Kent, Jennifer DePaola, Jordan Fuchs, and Jacob Jonas. We talk about what they have learned, how to negotiate live and digital dance practices, and what does the dance world look like post-pandemic.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 49 | #JacobJonas - Jacob Jonas The Company

    Episode 49 | #JacobJonas - Jacob Jonas The Company

    On our second episode of Dance Trends month, your co-hosts YeaJean and Reyna interview choreographer, creative director and the Artistic Director of Jacob Jonas The Company, Jacob Jonas. In this episode, we talk about what it means to be a successful artist, protecting company image/brand and dancer’s, return on investment for dance degrees, cultural relevancy, and tips for growing online communities. Special thanks to Matt Kent of Pilobolus for connecting us for this interview. 

    • 35 min
    Episode 48 | #JenniferWeber

    Episode 48 | #JenniferWeber

    On our first episode of Dance Trends month, your co-hosts Martheya and Azaria interview (pre-Covid) Lucille Lortel and Bessie-Award nominated choreographer, Jennifer Weber. In this episode, we talk about Jennifer’s career as a physical storyteller, how to plug into the commercial dance world, rehearsal environments, female voices in hip hop, and her experiences creating for The Hip Hop Nutcracker and Disney’s Zombies 2 movie. Special thanks to LSG Public Relations for connecting us for this interview.

    • 39 min

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