Sounds intriguing. Can you define what a "seated square" is and what it
takes to facilitate one?



On Tuesday, October 24, 2017, Paul Wilde via Organizers <> wrote:

> Dear Hive,
> I am also very interested in this thread and would like to see it continue.
> One suggestion may be a space somewhere out of the way where people
> can have a seated square.  No falling, train wrecks are mostly
> laughable, and joy and satisfaction tend to run higher than one might
> first imagine.
> If different dancers took turns participating in the seated square (or
> more than one?), I think it might encourage a broader perspective on
> what is involved in trying to define dance community.  We are all
> heading there, sooner or later, be it frailty, memory loss, or some
> form of disability.
> Paul

Jerome Grisanti

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