Photo by Stephen Delas Heras.
Smashworks Dance is a New York-based group of movers advocating for human rights through arts activism and site-specific work.
What We've Achieved
Smashworks Advocacy - a community action initiative focused on human rights and political advocacy work
Village Voice "Voice Choices" for City Stories, our first evening length performance at Center for Performance Research
For Which It Stands - evening length political satire performance - featured in "Brooklyn's Top 20 Things To Do," "Time Out NY," and the Dance Enthusiast
Company Tours to Santa Barbara, St. Louis, Kalamazoo, Milwaukee, Oneonto, and Los Angeles
Smashworks Film Festival provided a free platform for artists to present their dance films, with all proceeds benefitting Planned Parenthood
Partnership with Dancers Responding to AIDs - accepting donations at public performances
Collaboration with Lake Arts Project and Bright Hill Press - created original choreography in response to war veterans' workshops with Feast of Crispian and local students’ poetry; sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts