“National Water Dance is first and foremost a Movement Choir—a collective body of dancers and movers physically engaged in drawing attention to
“National Water Dance is first and foremost a Movement Choir—a collective body of dancers and movers physically engaged in drawing attention to and action on water issues. For 2020 our focus is on the climate crisis.
We believe in the power of dance as a means to somatic empathy—Dance speaks to the physical connection we have with ourselves as ecological systems existing in community with all other systems. We understand that in order to save the Earth we must first recognize that we are in interdependence with all living things. National Water Dance is creating a community of dancers that reestablishes our connection with each other.”
Dance in your bathtub, backyard, by a creek, in a kiddy pool, in your kitchen, etc. Engage is a solo dance performance (or 6ft away from another performer, less than a group of 10) to draw attention to water issues and action. DanceATL’s water site is the Chattahoochee River: https://chattahoochee.org/
If you are interested in performing, join our Facebook Group:
More information on National Water Dance via DanceATL:
Audience members: on and post-April 18, search #nationalwaterdance2020 on Facebook and Instagram to view dancers perform across the nation in solidarity for our planet and our future.
Post performance, DanceATL will compile clips from Atlanta performances to share on our website. Clips will also be sent to National Water Dance HQ to be included in a national documentary.
(Saturday) 4:00 pm