Sarah Dahnke is a dancer, choreographer, multimedia artist and arts educator. Most recently, Dahnke has been a guest artist at Tulane, Princeton, UCLA and NYU, received commissions from PEN America and A Studio in the Woods, and has been in residence at Abrons Arts Center and Brooklyn Studios for Dance. She’s a 2019-20 MAP Fund awardee, a New Victory LabWorks artist, a former Target Margin Institute Fellow, the inaugural recipient of First Person Plural’s artist grant, and a former awardee of the Fellowship for Utopian Practice by Culture Push. www.sarahdahnke.com

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Dances for Solidarity

Dances for Solidarity facilitates artistic collaborations that reclaim dignity and humanity for individuals who have been marginalized by the criminal justice system by co-creating choreography with people who are incarcerated in solitary confinement, using these movement sequences to create live performances. www.dancesforsolidarity.org

Photo Credit: Ari Joseph