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 with Dance Magazine, will be posting the video collaborations on their websites and Instagram accounts.
Pedestrian Wanderlust is a movement movement of improvised dance in public spaces. Through a video portrait series and free public dance jams, they are committed to inspiring others to explore creative movement and bringing communities together to share in the joy of dance.
National Water Dance, created and directed by Dale Andree as a part of NWD Projects, is an artist-driven collective of dancers and educators stretching from New York to Hawaii and from Alaska to Puerto Rico, addressing the most pressing issue of this generation, our environment. National Water Dance, as a dance collective, wants to create a movement that cries out for action.