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27 Sep

DTSBDC featured in Artes Magazine

In news by dtsbco.admin / 27 September, 2017 / 0 Comments
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DTSBDC’s residency is an example of new museum programs

ARTES MAGAZINE featured DTSBDC’s residency in an article about how dance performance and other programs are engaging and attracting museum visitors.

Read: Choreography as Portrayal: Dana Tai Soon Burgess at Washington’s National Portrait Gallery

 


 

09 Sep

DTSBDC is featured in the Washington Diplomat News

In news by dtsbco.admin / 9 September, 2017 / 0 Comments
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DTSBDC in The Washington Diplomat News

An article in The Washington Diplomat News gives a great overview of Dana and the company and highlights “After 1001 Nights”, Dana’s most recent work as the Smithsonian’s first choreographer-in-residence.

Read Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dancers Give Life to ‘Face of Battle’

 


 

21 Aug

Dana talks to GW Magazine

In news by dtsbco.admin / 21 August, 2016 / 0 Comments
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Dana Tai Soon Burgess talks to GW Magazine about the company’s residency in the feature 5 Questions on Dancing (When Everyone is Watching)

 


 

21 Aug

DTSBDC featured at Dance Informa

In news by dtsbco.admin / 21 August, 2016 / 0 Comments
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DTSBDC’s residency at the Smithsonian is featured in an article, Art in Motion: American Portraiture Comes to Life at the Smithsonian, at Dance Informa.

 


 

03 Jun

DTSBDC joins forces with the Smithsonian

In DTSBDC Blog,news by dtsbco.admin / 3 June, 2016 / 0 Comments
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News from Smithsonian.com

Read the Smithsonian’s press about Dana Tai Soon Burgess becoming the first Choreographer-In-Residence: Reimagining Portraiture Through Dance