We are honored and privileged to be able to do this work on lands that have been cared for by many indigenous communities of the past, present, and future. We encourage you to learn more about those people whose lands you occupy, to learn about their environmental priorities, and to do your best to support policies that integrate those conservation principles.
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Photography and Dancer Credits (left to right from top to bottom): Vermont, Alana Phinney and Paule Bézaire | Miami, Florida, Jeannette Pemberton | Kaw Point, Kansas, Katie Brennan | Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Alverno College, Anna Haney – Photo Credits | Philadelphia, PA, Expansions Contemporary Dance Ensemble, International Ballet Exchange, Roxborough Christian School, Julieanne Harris – Photo Credits | Kailua Bay, HI, Nicole C Mathis, White Crane Dance, Mailia Zimmerman & David Kauahikaua – Photo Credits | Miami, FL, Karen Peterson and Dancers | Tamworth,NH, Joan Wiegers Dance, Roger Poirier – Photo Credits | California, Desert Movement Art, Jamie Grace Davis – Photo Credits | Richmond, Virginia, Andrea Beeman, Ken Montgomery – Photo Credits | Chattahoochee River, Beacon Dance, Patton White – Photo Credits | Knox College, IL, Kathleen Ridlon, Robert Nguyen – Photo Credits
NWD Projects, “National Water Dance 2020” is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, and Live Arts Miami.
NWD Projects is committed to providing disability accommodations for all of our events and performances. We believe that the arts are enhanced and enriched when all community members have the ability to participate. Please contact Dale Andree for more information or to request specific accommodations.