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Flashback Fridays: Descending Cords, 1999

Spring 1940 One tree another tree Each standing alone and erect The wind and the air Tell their distance apart But beneath the cover of earth Their roots reach out and at depths that cannot be seen The roots of … Continue reading

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a powerful bridge for our students

One of my favorite components of AXIS’ education program is our in-school assembly. What better way to give you an experience of what an assembly is like by sharing this story by the principal from one of the schools we recently visited. – Annika … Continue reading

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Where The Hell is Matt?

You probably have seen him. Matt. “He dances badly all around the world”. When you watch his videos you can’t help but smile: seeing all those people all over the world dancing together is just… cool! In February we got … Continue reading

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AXIS is thrilled to welcome apprentice Joel Brown!

Joel Brown, Dancer, studied vocal performance and jazz guitar at the University of Utah from 2008-2011. In May 2011, he released his first music album, “In Retrospect”, under the Spy Hop Records Label. Joel grew up learning dance and gymnastics … Continue reading

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Settled In by Intern Shira

My internship at AXIS started out rocky with sickness, problems with hiring new personal attendants, and adjusting to the internship schedule. I also had to solve an accessibility issue in the office since my wheelchair is too high for the … Continue reading

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one of those life-changing experiences

Part of AXIS’ mission is to educate about dance & disability. We do that a lot. The other day Bonnie and Annika taught a class to 3rd graders at a wonderful school in San Francisco. For weeks they’ve worked on … Continue reading

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What you don’t see on stage

While on tour Production Manager Patricia Mahoney always has her camera ready to capture those beautiful & funny moments that you won’t see on stage. Her story about our Residency at Vermont here in pictures:    

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