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Articles by Mary Seidman

Eye on Dance

May 31, 2013 by

Arts Resources in Collaboration, Inc.
Imagine listening in on a conversation between choreographer Erick Hawkins and mask-maker Ralph Lee as they discuss their collaborative process for costume design; or watching Edward Villella reveal his … Continue reading

Baby Steps

May 1, 2012 by

Teaching Creative Dance Through the Foundations of Dance Language: Space, Time, Weight and Energy

I have discovered, over many years as a dance artist, that the art of teaching young children does not differ much from … Continue reading

Architects of the Body and Soul

September 1, 2010 by

“Technique is a way to facilitate, in the simplest sense, how to move,” said Merce Cunningham, who, besides his world-class reputation as a choreographer, was also a master teacher and mentor. His daily classes at … Continue reading