BREAD 2022




What is BREAD?

1.     A virtual space for participants to connect with like-minded individuals through meaningful conversations about racial equity and justice.
2.     An opportunity to explore the intersection between dance and racial equity and justice.
3.     Space to analyze, design, develop and implement an independent study project that supports racial equity and justice within their community.
4.     Space and time to present your project and engage in a feedback process.

What is our vision for BREAD?

1.     To uplift and create a space for artists/educators/students interested in exploring a deeper understanding of existing racial equity work in the
        dance world(s).
2.     To promote a sharing of ideas and concepts through dance and dialogues about racial equity and justice.
3.     To engage and execute intentional actions that transform a wide range of dance communities through racial equity and justice work.

What are the Benefits of BREAD?

1.    Engage participants at the level of their racial equity and justice work experience.
2.    Introduce and review core concepts of racial equity and justice work and its impact on the dance community.
3.    Bridge the gap between those beginning their racial justice journey and seasoned advocates for racial justice.
4.    Create meaningful changes in the dance communities that align with racial equity and justice work.
5.    Uplift previous and current work performed by BREAD Bakers, facilitators, and participants.
6.    Engage in meaningful racial justice discussion within the dance communities. 
7.    Support and promote artists and educators in their actions towards a more racially equitable and just society.

What is required of a BREAD Cohort Member?

1.     Participants are required to actively participate in each of the 5 sessions.
2.     Participants will complete a final racial equity project.
3.     Participants will share their reflections and takeaways (video or written form).

What are the BREAD Cohort dates and times?

Fall dates to be announced soon.

What is the Stipend for BREAD Cohort members?

   ●   Cohort Members will receive a stipend of $500.
   ●   Payment will be at end/completion of project.

Apply for BREAD Cohort here.

This Program is Made Possible in Part By:

Clancy Works, Inc. is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County Government and the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the Maryland State Arts Council, Maryland Dance Education Association, the Citizens of Baltimore County, and Dance Education in the Arts.

 

Dance Educator's Training Institute

DETI is Going Virtual!

Our annual Dance Educator's Training Institute (DETI) is scheduled to take place August 17-19, 2020.

This year, we've decided to take DETI online, due to COVID-19.

While we are saddened not to be able to hold DETI in person, we are excited to welcome people from around the world, who might not otherwise be able to join us! We will have more information about DETI Online in the coming days.

Click here to learn more!

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