A Brief Herstory of
SLMDances organized its first community workshops in Harlem that created space for women to share their stories of gender-based street harassment, exchange practical strategies, create movement based on their experiences, and fellowship with others.
SLMDances shifts from project-to-project to a consistent company structure to facilitate ongoing activism, touring, and the development of new work. We define core values.
SLMDances hyper focuses on research, creation and development of PURPLE and investing in a new cohort of collaborators.
Our work continues to evolve and defy genres with What does PURPLE sound like? We continue to build capacity through financial resources and expanded leadership.
Sydnie L. Mosley Dances (SLMDances) emerged over the course of 2010, performing throughout New York City on a project-to-project basis.
SLMDances hosts its first audition and pilots its Professional Development workshops. CAKE premieres making clear our commitment to the stories of Black women and girls.
SLMDances entered a performance hiatus, de-prioritizing performance and producing new work as its main activities and focused on strategic planning.
SLMDances was awarded a multi-year Manhattan Community Artist Residency through Lincoln Center Education to develop our newest work PURPLE.
The Visioning Partners co-develop the language of Creative Partner to describe the role of SLMDances artists: dancer – teacher – organizer – badasses who embody our core values.