Jax NTP — An interview at CRAB CREEK REVIEW / Wanted: Seven Choreographers

As a poet in my mid-70s, it is very gratifying to see that some of my students at CSULB have continued to get their work published and recognized. In particular, I am proud of Jax NTP, who has just been featured in the Crab Creek Review:



I just received the following announcement from the Heide Duckler Dance:

We are bringing our beloved Ebb & Flow festival back to the Los Angeles State Historic Park in Chinatown on June 25th and 26th. Ebb & Flow is a free, site-specific community festival of local artists integrating dance, visual arts, music, and technology to explore climate change and its impact on the environment and consequently our health.
We are looking for 7 dance makers to create 8-10 minutes of multidisciplinary performance works in the park that explore the relationship between nature, humanity, climate change, and health! Artists will receive a stipend for their work and participation.


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