Virtual Premiere: Más-In-Poverty-Ation
Virtual Premiere Friday 12/3
Davalois Fearon Dance Virtual Theater presents the virtual premiere of Más-In-Poverty-Ation by Loreal Quiroz as a part of the DFD Commission Initiative. Más-In-Poverty-Ation explores the overrepresented black and brown incarcerated experience through the personal, correctional, and sociological lens.
Stick around after the premiere for Time to Talk with Dava as a part of The Time To Talk Initiative, which provides resources and ways to take immediate and long-term action against systemic racism.
Photo by Argenis Appolinario
Happy Giving Tuesday!
This Giving Tuesday we invite you to consider making a contribution to Davalois Fearon Dance. This year DFD celebrates its 5 year anniversary and is excited to continue to fulfill our mission of pushing artistic and social boundaries and cultivating the next generation of artists for the next 5 years and beyond. We are so grateful for our community and the support we have received over the years. Your contribution will allow us to continue creating new work, producing the Davalois Fearon Dance Virtual Theater, empowering more artists through the DFD Commission Initiative, and generating new and imaginative events and performances for all of YOU!
Our 5 year celebration continues! Take a look at some of the moments we’ve shared in the past few years.
To make a contribution please visit this link.
DFD Birthday Celebration
Photo of Lift Up as a part of For C.J. at BAAD!
Tony Turner Photography
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the DFD Birthday party!! It was so amazing to celebrate and dance with our DFD Family! A special thank you to Njeri Rutherford and Anya Kress for all of their behind-the-scenes work to produce the virtual event. Cheers to many more years of DFD! 🍾
Más In-Poverty-Ation Virtual Premiere
Friday, December 3rd at 7pm EST
Register via the Virtual Theater
Dance Now Viewing Party, DFD Turns 5, and Meet the Inagural Class of DFD Mentees!
Davalois Fearon Dance's mission is to collaboratively create, perform, and teach a versatile body of work that draws from Artistic Director Davalois Fearon’s richly diverse movement vocabulary and cultivate the next generation of dance artists. Fearon is passionate about creating work that push both artistic and social boundaries.