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2113 Understanding Your Body (Mar. 24, 2021)

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The main web site for Dark Room Ballet is:

If you would like to enroll in Dark Room Ballet classes send an e-mail to:

The dedicated Dark Room Ballet hotline phone number is: 929-367-0025

Dark Room Ballet can also be found on Facebook at:

You can contact Krishna Washburn by sending an e-mail to her at:

Dark Room Ballet is now hosted by Movement Research whose website can be found at:

The Telephone Dance and Audio Description Game, a film project promoting the art form of audio description that Krishna Washburn is co-directing with choreographer Heather Shaw can be found at:

You can learn more about the artists and support this work on Patreon by going to:

Heather's Shaw's website can be found at:

"In Place of Catastrophe", a Clear Night Sky, a dance performance project done in collaboration with visually impaired choreographer, iele paloumpis, which is both a live performance designed specifically to the interests of blind and visually impaired audiences, and also a podcast series, discussing audio description as an art form: In place of catastrophe can be found at:

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