Dance for World Community™ is a project created by José Mateo Ballet Theatre that harnesses the vastly underutilized power of dance to improve the social and environmental health of our communities locally and beyond. Dance for World Community™ builds local and global networks and creates enduring partnerships across the public, private and non-profit sectors. It invites, engages and empowers everyone to participate in collaborative action and celebration for the well-being of children, their families and their communities.
Dance for World Community Festival Week
June 3-8, 2019
DWC Film Fest
Monday, June 3-Wednesday, June 5, 2019
More info to come!
The Dance for World Community Film Festival is a 3-day event at the historic Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square. Join us for a curated series of compelling films illustrating the power of dance and its impact on the social fabric of our local and global communities.
Talk About Dance
Thursday, June 6, 2019
More info to come!
Talk About Dance is a DWC event that brings together Greater Boston’s dance artists, activists, and other dance experts and enthusiasts who believe that expanding the role of dance in our society can help build stronger communities. One of the area’s most socially vibrant settings for dance-related learning and exchange of ideas, TAD offers a unique opportunity to meet new people, reconnect with old friends and contribute to the ongoing dialogue about repositioning the role of dance in our community.
Dance for World Community Festival Day
Saturday, June 8
– FREE performances and classes in diverse styles of dance from over 100 local dance groups. From ballet to hip hop to Indian and African, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
– Visit Advocacy Way and learn more about the important work nonprofits are going in our local communities and beyond.
– Food vendors will be on site all afternoon serving a variety of tasty treats and our beer tent will return for guests ages 21+.
– FREE Outdoor Dance Party in the parking lot at 1151 Massachusetts Ave.. Cambridge.
Watch the video below to learn more about this innovate and exciting project!
Would you like to perform in this year’s festival? Click here to fill out the application for The 2019 DWC Festival!
If you are interested in becoming a food vendor, or volunteer for this year’s festival, please contact Greg Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org