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“bring dance history to life”

Thank you Amanda Sieradzki, Gillian Renault and ArtsATL! On September 26, 2022, ArtsATL published “A Time with Isadora” concert will bring dance history to life at The Trolley Barn” by Sieradzki. This article includes information about A Time with Isadora, Thursday’s Salon Performance and highlights the histories and processes that have brought the project to the Salon Performance.

For McLaughlin, the Limón-Duncan exchange opened up a much larger conversation around freeing historic dances from grainy photographs and scant videography. A Time with Isadora highlights the theme of how one artist influences many, and how to honor these influences through your own art-making.

“These works are 70 to 100 years old,” says McLaughlin. “But they are still extremely valuable to us as artists.”

ArtsATL is an online repository of coverage of Atlanta’s thriving arts community. ArtsATL has sections devoted to Art+Design, Theater, Music, Dance, Film+TV, and Books. The website also includes an extensive calendar of events for all of these communities. The website states that ArtsAtL strives “to be the most authoritative voice for the arts in Atlanta and to serve as the conduit between the artist and their audiences.”

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