• National Water Dance Travels to Puerto Rico

    Posted March 13 by Maria Elena Rodriguez

    Over the last weekend in February, representatives from organizations National Water Dance, Pedestrian Wanderlust, and Tercera Ola convened in Puerto Rico in order to create spontaneous dance videos inspired by the local environment.   Pedestrian Wanderlust is a movement movement of improvise...

  • African Americans, New York City

    Posted February 10 by Rodneya Brown

    Water As A Coffin (Water Coffin) New York City With National Water Dance 2018, my local project ‘Water as a Coffin/Water Coffin’ identifies visual imagery of black death through markers in the African diaspora, which can be described as the forced migration of Africans from their homeland to di...

  • Announcing new partnership for National Water Dance 2018: CELDF

    Posted January 22 by Maria Elena Rodriguez

    National Water Dance is thrilled to partner with the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF).  CELDF is a pioneer in advancing rights of nature laws in the United States and around the world, for the first time establishing that nature poss...

  • Announcing collaboration with Pedestrian Wanderlust!

    Posted December 1, 2017 by Maria Elena Rodriguez

    National Water Dance is excited to announce its partnership and collaboration with Pedestrian Wanderlust for our 2018 event! Together, we will be creating spontaneous dance videos at water sites all over the country leading up to the date of the event on April 14, 2018. Both organizations, along w...

  • Listening to the Sea: the Croatian Water Organ

    Posted January 10, 2017 by Maria Elena Rodriguez

    Alongside the sea in Zadar, Croatia, tourists and locals alike have the opportunity to hear the ocean playing music. Thanks to the experimental architectural design of a 230-foot long concrete sea wall, the Morske Orgulje, or Sea Organ, delights visitors to Zadar with a hauntingly beautiful musical ...

  • Holoscenes Explores Life Underwater

    Posted December 3, 2015 by Sharyn Richards

    Written by: Rebekah Lanae Lengel   With some projections putting significant swathes of South Florida underwater within the next 100 years, MDC Live Arts’ presentation of Holoscenes seems particularly prescient. Taking place on the Wolfson Campus’ Kyriakides Plaza over t...

  • HIGHWATERLINE Movement Choir Phrase (Click here)

    Posted April 13, 2015 by Gaby Rosario

    The following link is the phrase that we will be doing all together at Veterans Park on April 25, 2015. (Movement Choir Phrase) Familiarize yourself with it, but don't worry about having it memorized because there will be leaders to follow. Please wear a white or light colored...

  • The Water Festival! (Click here for Link)

    Posted March 26, 2015 by Gaby Rosario

    MARAVILLOSO! The Water Festival.    A contemporary circus and dance event featuring talent from all over the world and from Houston.    Check it out!

  • Artichoke Dance (Click here for link)

    Posted March 17, 2015 by Dale Andree

      New York based Artichoke Dance Company has been addressing plastics and water in both site-specific and stage works since Your Planet: The Human Mapping Project began in 2010. In January, Artistic Director Lynn Neuman shared how and why this work began at the Association of Performing Arts...

  • Environmental Action in Iowa (click here for link)

    Posted March 17, 2015 by Dale Andree

    Read this wonderful article from the Des Moines Register about a successful collaboration, "Body of Water", between the community of Decorah Iowa and Luther College, lead by Dance professor Jane Hawley and Biology professor Jodi Enos-Berlage, to clean up local water ways.