DANCE CAREER DEVELOPMENT
"Besides honing your artistry and working on your technique, there is a third part to being in the dance industry that we usually dismiss: building sustainable skills." - Sarah Horne
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Writing an Artist Statement
Writing an artist statement feels like torture, right? Read on if you want to describe your movement and dance aesthetic in a way that feels authentic AND accurate.
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HEY, I'M SARAH!
I'm an artist, dance administrator and the Co-Founder of Role Call. And, an unrelenting optimist dedicated to the contemporary dance field.
I have an unusual combination of experiences and skills that give me a unique perspective on living a life in dance.
I offer free content, online programs, and anything else I can think of because I want to empower you to have a sustainable life as an artist. Here’s a few reasons why:
- You deserve to have a greater connection to yourself and your community.
- You should have a long-lasting career that always involves dance.
- No matter your level or ability, you want to thrive and feel joy through dance.
Through Role Call, I provide access, information, experiences, community, and support to professionals and pre-professional artists — as well as to dance organizations.
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Please know that I value progressive and inclusive work that celebrates all bodies. Everyone should be a part of the dance community, no matter ability, background or level.