As marginalised performers find tech solutions to run the show, there is a lot riding on a smartphone and a data plan: their livelihood and the future of their artforms.
Four years ago, Kamal Singh first saw ballet in a Bollywood movie. Today, the moving story of the son of an e-rickshaw driver discovering and pursuing his passion for dance has seen hundreds of people raise funds to send him to a top school.
From hall parties to protests, the endurance of the 80s funk classic shows how music and cultural practice gets passed down from generation to generation.
“Coronavirus go away, coronavirus go away,” the song goes.
In “Budots: The Craze,” filmmakers Jay Rosas and Mark Limbaga try to figure out where the budots genre came from.
The dance moves you might break out at Notting Hill Carnival this weekend are at the centre of an increasingly urgent debate about cultural copyright.
I spent the day with the Dharma Action Network For Climate Engagement and went on a meditation protest.
“Even now, some kids standing around the temple, will say, “Chinese teacher, Chinese teacher."”
When Millennium Dance Complex opened in the 90s, the world of hip-hop had very specific visions of how men and women should look and perform. Two decades later, a lot has changed.
The Manchester United midfielder may have tried to do the Shoot Dance, but he means nothing to me until he hits the bust down.
The Colombia via Boston DJ and producer's renditions of “Goin’ To See My Baby" and "Backstrokin'" mark the launch of his label, Bacalao.