Lily Cohen – Danspace Project

BLACK LIVES MATTER

A white banner that reads Black Lives Matter is attached to a wrought iron gate that surrounds Saint Marks Church in the bowery.

  Danspace Project stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. Danspace’s staff and community is grieving incalculable losses of BIPOC who have died at the hands of police—these deaths include Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Tony McDade, Nina Pop, Derrick Scott, and… Read more

Hello & Goodbye, With Love

  It is with great excitement that we welcome Benjamin Akio Kimitch to Danspace Project as our next Program Director & Associate Curator. We also express our deep gratitude to our departing Program Director & Associate Curator, Lydia Bell, who… Read more

Announcement about March 2020 performances & events

A large circle of people standing on the floor of the church, facing in towards one another.

Dear Friends, For the health and safety of our community, all public performances through March 28 have been cancelled. This includes all remaining Platform 2020 events, as well as Megan Williams Dance Projects (Community ACCESS). We will offer full refunds… Read more

How to Move in The Dances Are For Us

Hadar Ahuvia teaching a dance in front of a projected image of a man teaching a dance.

  By Yarden Stern    Hadar Ahuvia’s The Dances Are For Us begins with a formal introduction. Ahuvia assembled a troop of performers from different backgrounds and nationalities, varying in their approaches to and histories of dance. She reveals to… Read more

Announcing Fall 2019 at Danspace Project!

Friday, August 9, 2019. Tickets are on sale today for Danspace Project’s Fall 2019 season: New commissions from Kayla Farrish, Jerron Herman & Molly Joyce, and Sam Kim ! The NYC premiere of Autumn Knight: WALL, performed by a cast… Read more

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