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Durham Independent Dance Artists is an independent dance organization in Durham. In Feature Presentation, Anna Barker and Leah Wilks investigate the complexities of curated self-image. They explore topics such as juice cleanses, dance auditions, Durham's Northgate Park neighborhood, politicians’ behavior, and social media.
Choreographer Vanessa Voskuil will be at this year’s American Dance Festival in Durham. She will hold auditions for performers to join the Footprints program. Ensemble members will learn one another’s personal and movement backgrounds while figuring out how to function together as a community to compose a manifesto.
Culture Mill is a nonprofit performing arts organization in Saxapahaw, North Carolina, which aims to create spaces for artists where they can express their needs. Its practices are based on lessons learned in Europe, where public art funding is more plentiful and pay rates are more established than they are in the United States.
This summer, the American Dance Festival (ADF) celebrates four decades of bringing global modern dance to Durham and Duke University. To resituate ADF’s wide modern impact, INDY compiled an oral history of the festival, from its birth in Vermont to the development of the ADF brand to its pivotal move to Durham and beyond.