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.

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.

Photo Credit: Ari Joseph

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