February 7th: Movement Research Parent Residency, February 9th: NEA Arts Project Grant, February 9th: Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Grants & Fellowships, February 10th: MacDowell Colony Residency, February 15th: Princess Grace Awards Program, February 27th: Jacob's Pillow: Ann & Weston Hicks Choreography Fellows Program, March 1st: New England States Touring Grant, March 18th: BalletX Choreographic Fellowship, March 29th: USArtists International, April 14th: Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship, April 30th: Copenhagen International Choreography Competition, May 7th: Atlantic Center for the Arts Mentoring Artist-in-Residence Program, May 22nd: National Performance Network - Creation & Development Fund, May 31st: National Dance Project Travel Fund, June 1st: New York Choreographic Institute Residency, June 1st: Sadie-Rose Residency Program, June 12th: National Dance Project Production Grant - New England Foundation for the Arts, June 30th: South Arts Professional Development & Artistic Planning Grants
“Last weekwe wrote abouthow choreographer Alexei Ratmansky set offa Facebook firestormwith a post proclaiming that ‘there is no such thing as equality in ballet’ when it comes to gender roles. Coming from one of today’s foremost choreographersin ballet, his words unsurprisingly drew hundreds of heated reactions.
https://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DDP_logo_Primary.png00Isabelle Vailhttps://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DDP_logo_Primary.pngIsabelle Vail2017-10-06 13:20:142019-02-13 03:00:04Dance Magazine: This choreographer just said ‘There is no such thing as equality in ballet’
“On Friday, The New York Times posted an article to its website titled ‘A Conversation With 3 Choreographers Who Reinvigorated Ballet,’ a joint interview with Justin Peck, Christopher Wheeldon and Alexei Ratmansky. It’s a delightful conversation at first, veering from process to style to musical choices—delightful, that is, until a question about the dearth of female choreographers in classical ballet arose.”
https://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DDP_logo_Primary.png00Isabelle Vailhttps://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DDP_logo_Primary.pngIsabelle Vail2017-04-24 19:46:122019-02-13 03:00:39Dance Magazine: Can we all please acknowledge ballet’s sexism problem already?