Activism

National Water Dances

United States

MISSION

National Water Dance addresses the issues surrounding water in the United States by using the body to fight for this precious resource through nationwide site specific dance performances.

ABOUT

National Water Dance is an annual event in the United States presenting opportunity for dancers, teachers, and choreographers to engage in social action for the environment.

ACCEPTS VOLUNTEERS

Does not accept volunteers.


Margie Gillis Foundation

Montreal, Canada / New York

MISSION

Margie Gillis creates dance about the human condition through transcendent physical expression.

ABOUT

Gillis is an outspoken, socially conscious, and driven artist. She advocates for dance and art in society, in addition to being a committed activist for AIDs victims, women, and the environment.

ACCEPTS VOLUNTEERS

Does not accept volunteers.


Carrie MacLeod

Vancouver, BC, Canada

MISSION

Carrie MacLeod is an engaged artist and researcher who is using dance as a tool in humanitarian work with war conflicts, peacebuilding, refugee/immigrant resettlement, and social programs.

ABOUT

Dancing at the Crossroads is a past project looking into conflict transformation in which MacLeod researched how movement can play a significant and positive role in resolving internal conflicts of the body and external conflicts of society.

ACCEPTS VOLUNTEERS

Does not accept volunteers.