Sydnie L. Mosley Dances (SLMDances) is a New York City-based dance-theater collective that works in communities to organize for gender and racial justice through experiential dance performance.
The Window Sex Project:
Virtual Community Workshop
April 15, 2021
7:30PM Screening + Discussion
Join SLMDances as we reflect on 10 years of organizing community workshops to respond to gender-based street harassment in New York City. In this special virtual community workshop co-hosted with Black Dance Change Makers, we invite all who experience gender-based harassment in public spaces for an evening of movement, storytelling, and discussion.
The Dance Edit - Episode 57:
Addison Rae on Fallon, Keeping Dancers Paid, and Sydnie L. Mosley
In this conversation, Sydnie joins to discuss why artists must give themselves permission to rest, rethinking dance fundraising, and what's bringing her joy right now.
SLMDances invites new collaborators to join our collective this Spring 2021.
Applications Now Open!
We seek folks who believe in and uphold our Core Values: DREAMING, ACTIVISM, TRANSPARENCY, HUMANITY, COMMUNITY, LEARNING.
SLMDances prioritizes collaborative relationships between the collective and our community. In that spirit of partnership, we seek to fill the roles: Strategic Visioning Partner, Creative Partner, and Vision Board.
Our education practice manifests through four core activities: Technique Class and Rehearsal, Community Workshops, Lecture Demonstrations, Professional Development. Hire our experienced facilitators to share our process with your community.
We have adapted relevant workshop modules to take place digitally, allowing us to continue to facilitate creative spaces amidst a time of global transformation.
Reflection and writing is major part of the SLMDances process.
Check out the latest musings around the web from our Artistic Director.
Sydnie has contributed to Essence, Dance Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, Dance Enthusiast and more.
Explore videos, podcasts, interviews and more media featuring Sydnie and SLMDances.
Recent highlights include Black Dance Stories, Pod de Deux, and The Dance Union Town Hall for Collective Action where Artistic Director Sydnie L. Mosley shares eight action items in her practice for decolonizing dance education.