Global Water Dances
Global Water Dances (GWD) uses the art of dance to illuminate water issues on a global scale. Their work incites collaboration to address water issues through the universal language of dance, and encourages participants to take direct action aiding in the fight. Core Dance last participated in Global Water Dances in 2021 on the Big Island of Hawaii.
walk contemplates the changing nature of the individual within our briskly changing world. Under the artistic direction of Sue Schroeder, this performance work, created, in tandem with the community in and around an existing labyrinth or one built by/for the community. The labyrinth offers the sacred space for this community experience.
National Water Dance
National Water Dance is an artist-driven collective of dancers and educators confronting critical water issues facing the United States. Stretching from New York to Hawaii and from Alaska to Puerto Rico, simultaneous, site-specific dance performances are created and performed with movers of all ages and experience.
Core Dance in recognition of Anna & Daria Halprin and the Tamalpa Institute offer Planetary Dance to our communities. Planetary Dance is an annual dance of healing and community renewal. It brings people of all ages and abilities together in a beautiful setting to dance for a purpose.