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The Alabama Dance Council is a statewide network of people who are inspired to make, teach, share, and experience all forms of dance as a powerful way to move toward a more just society. We believe that dance emboldens every body to connect, build community, and transform the experience of being human.

ADC Presents – January 13-22, 2023

2023 Alabama Dance Festival

The Alabama Dance Festival proudly presents Helen Simoneau Danse in partnership with the Alys Stephens Center as the guest company of the 26th Alabama Dance Festival.– Read more

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  • Brenau Dance: Days of Dance October 15, 2022
    Oct 15, 2022 at 8:00am to Oct 16, 2022 at 5:00pmLocation: Brenau University, Gainesville, GACreated by: MADIA COOPER-ASHIRIFIJoin us for Brenau DAYS OF DANCE October 15-16, 2022! Days of Dance will feature two full days of classes taught by Brenau faculty and guest artists. This is a wonderful opportunity for dancers to enhance their craft and […]
  • Migratuse Reimagined October 14, 2022
    Oct 13, 2022 at 7:30pm to Oct 15, 2022 at 7:30pmLocation: Selma, ALCreated by: Alabama Dance CouncilMigratuse Reimagined is an outdoor site-specific work that focuses on Black life in Selma during the civil rights movement. The artists intentionally shift the journey from spaces of enslavement, explored in their previous work, to those of Black liberation […]
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  • Mobile Ballet 35th Anniversary Celebration Reception October 9, 2022
    Oct 9, 2022 from 4:00pm to 6:00pmLocation: Mobile Civic Center East Exhibit HallCreated by: Mobile BalletMobile Ballet 35th Anniversary Celebration ReceptionSunday, October 9 at 4:00 pm, immediately following the Gala Performanceat Mobile Civic Center East Exhibit Hall, adjacent to the Theater Special Event: Mobile Ballet's 2022-2023 Season begins on October 9th with a dynamic 35th Anniversary Gala […]
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The Alabama Dance Council is inspired by what dance can do: move people and ideas, build awareness of culture and community, connect our state to itself in ways we may never have imagined before. We believe that all roads that lead to dance have value, that movement holds the potential for change, and change holds the potential for movement. We want everyone to experience the joy, challenge, and exhilaration of dance.

We have crafted a strategic plan for the next five years that is fueled by this inspiration, and powered by our determination to become more equitable in our practices and more anti-racist in our ethos. In addition to securing the future of ADC as an organization, this plan is focused on changing our assumptions about dance – what it is, who does it, where it happens, and why it matters. - Read more