INSECTOS: arte y vida Film Review | Jeff Slayton, L.A. Dance ChronicleFebruary, 2022[The film] is an intense, mysterious and somewhat ritualistic work during which Aguirre brilliantly exploits the use of two choreographic techniques: repetition and unison to create what he describes as the “harmony between the heartbreaking and the subtle beauty of what happens on the tiny, improvised stages of invisible nature…
Dance Magazine features "LOST MIND", a dance film centered on mental illnessJanuary, 2021CLICK HERE to read a feature on the short film "LOST MIND" (directed by Sara Silkin) in Dance Magazine.
Feature on New Artistic Director Jamila Glass by Jeff Slayton, LA Dance ChronicleJanuary, 2021CLICK HERE to read about our new Artistic Director's journey as a dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker.
The Key Of C – A Moving Dance Film by Genevieve Carson | L.A. Dance ChronicleOctober, 2020"The Key of C clearly captures the rollercoaster of emotions and the physical constraints this experience has cast upon us all. Carson and Mason, however, conclude with a message of optimism, a near normalcy, and a hope that reflects the resiliency and power of the human spirit." | Read full article by Jeff Slayton HERE.
LACDC and VSQ’s "Blinding Lights" Provides a Much Needed Expression of Joy! | L.A. Dance ChronicleSeptember, 2020["Blinding Lights"] is a rich, lively and often celebratory score that released in the performers a freedom from restraint that is residing in the majority of us during the shutdown. | Read full article by Jeff Slayton HERE.
BLINK – A Moving Dance Film by Genevieve Carson | Jeff Slayton, L.A. Dance ChronicleJuly, 2020Carson interweaves her characters’ bodies and gestures, and with the aid of Kim’s direction, absorbs the viewer and her characters as they experience all of life’s emotions without judgement or resolution. | Read full article HERE.
How to Get Over Yourself and Get Started by Katherine Grace Murphy, Artful EffortsApril, 2020Whether it's self-doubt, impostor syndrome, or fear of failure, these 22 working artists (including LACDC's artistic director Genevieve Carson) have the cure for you to get over yourself and get started. | Read full article HERE.
Marketing for Artists – How to Effectively Market Your Work by Katherine Grace Murphy, Artful EffortsApril, 2020Struggling with marketing your art? Or maybe you've already given up. Arts marketer and LACDC's Managing Director Napoleon Wesley Gladney shares some great advice on how to get your marketing on track. | Read full article HERE.
LACDC Presented 4 Strong Works at the Odyssey By Corrina Roche, L.A. Dance ChronicleFebruary, 2020"Being able to challenge an audience and build a relationship at the same time is no easy task and LACDC did so successfully. The company has a unique and transformative way of shifting an audience’s perspective and feelings through innovative, honest, and emotionally driven works." READ MORE