Thank you for joining us as we celebrate our 12th Anniversary Season! We’ll be adding more events & details soon…please stay tuned.

Education + Outreach

DKW is committed to finding creative ways to engage the community and remain connected to one another while staying safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. One way we’ve been able to do that is through offering free online classes for our friends at Bahama Village Music Program, MARC, & beyond!

We hope you’ll enjoy these free classes - from our living rooms, kitchens, and basements to yours!


Dixon Connect Virtual

A Special Mixer Networking Event for performing artists and everyone creative! A place for Creative Conversation, Creative Exchange…

Calling everyone creative of all backgrounds – artists, dancers, choreographers, designers, musicians, actors, writers, comedians, photographers, and everyone in-between and beyond….to come and network, connect, share your events/projects, explore ideas, learn about other projects and learn how to be involved, and have fun! This is a great opportunity for creative people to come together to find ways to collaborate and cross-pollinate.

MAX4 presents 4 live performances of max 4 minutes each before we start introductions and networking. Curated & organized by Sangeeta Yesley, Creative Performances, MAX4 features Musician/Composer: Jonathan Howard Katz , Dancer: Kyla Piscopink of Dance Key West collaborating with Prof Susan Dewey, lead editor of “Telling My Story: Voices from the Wyoming Women’s Prison”, Writer: Michele Herman.

JOIN US: Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 7:30pm EDT on DP TV - Dixon Place Live! This is an online event! Please consider donating in support of DP.

StylePointe Retrospective

StylePointe Fashion Show explores the relationship between Fashion and Dance. This hybrid showcase tells the story behind the designers’ collections, through dance. Fashion Designers and Dance Choreographers collaborate to choreograph dance vignettes from the inspiration behind the Designers’ collections to present at StylePointe, during New York Fashion Week. Recommended by The New York Times in 2019 and in 2018.

Dixon Place pays tribute to the extraordinary collaborative work of gifted dancemakers and designers who have brought so much beauty, innovation and glamour to the StylePointe runway. Join us in celebrating “StylePointe – 5 years in retrospect”, via zoom, to connect with everyone who have been involved in this project since its inception in 2015 and to rejoice and cherish all the fashion outfits that were presented and the dance works that were choreographed and performed for the last 5 years. The live streaming of the video compilation will share introduction videos of the participants and 1.5 to 2 min excerpts of all the dance vignettes presented in these showcases.

JOIN US: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 7:15pm EDT on DP TV - Dixon Place Live! This is an online event! Please consider donating in support of DP.

Dancing ART!

‘Dancing ART!’ project fuses the worlds of dance and visual arts and creates a multi-media and multi-disciplinary show. This show will be presented on a virtual (zoom) platform, due to COVID-19. The 30 minute, pre-recorded, online premiere will feature talented and versatile collaborators who are creating video content of dance and art remotely (due to Pandemic), exploring the story and inspiration that is expressed in the artworks.

Choreographer Kyla Piscopink of Dance Key West collaborates with Shireen Soliman, to present ‘Transcending’, and Vanessa Long & Zoë Reed Helm of Vanessa Long Dance Company collaborate with Christine Liu to present ‘Polyethylene Dreams’.

Dancing Art is a project of Creative Performances. This project is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas. Thank you to campaign donors: Annie Hamburger, Reyner Joelianto and Anonymous donor. (art by Christine Liu)

JOIN US: Wednesday, September 25, 2020 at 7:15pm EDT on DP TV - Dixon Place Live! This is an online event! Please consider donating in support of DP.

Telling My Story

DKW collaborates with Dr. Susan Dewey, professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice at The University of Alabama, to create a new dance piece based on a collection of compelling stories written by incarcerated women.


Song & Dance Series

DKW collaborates with musicians in this three part series exploring the relationship between song & dance.

JOIN US: January 15th, February 15th, March 15th, & April 15th on our YouTube Channel

The ReMARCable Dance Project

We are so excited to be working on a reimagined ReMARCable Dance Project! This year, we will create a dance film incorporating poetry and choreography created by MARC clients, in collaboration with Steve Burns, B. Lucy Stevens, Cricket Desmarais, & Chris Higgins.