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  • COLLECTIVE NEWS

    Mezcal 101: a benefit

    Mezcal 101: a benefitGuided mezcal tasting by Comal bar manager and JUNTOS founder Joanna Poz-Molesky. The tasting benefits JUNTOS Collective, building community through dance in Latin America. The event will highlight agave education, information, and a tasting of various mezcals; it will also include a brief dance performance by professional contemporary dancers. Snacks provided [more]

    Meet Sussan: JUNTOS International Liaison

    Meet Sussan: JUNTOS International LiaisonWe are taking this month to introduce one of our international liaisons: Sussan Hrozek. Sussan is the reason why our JUNTOSAbroad trips can even happen! Along with Christian Barrios, she communicates with communities around Central America to bring JUNTOS to various communities. She also helps with the programming, scheduling, travel and [more]

    Collaborator Spotlight #4: Ariane Michaud

    Collaborator Spotlight #4: Ariane MichaudThis is it, we have reached our final JUNTOS Collaborator Spotlight for the year! Ariane Michaud first travelled with JUNTOS in 2013, during her freshman year at The Boston Conservatory. After that first trip to Guatemala, she travelled many more times with the collective as a student, guest artist, and [more]

    Collaborator Spotlight #3: Amy McMurchie

    Collaborator Spotlight #3: Amy McMurchieWe have another Collaborator Spotlight to kick off the 2017 New Year! Amy McMurchie first travelled with JUNTOS Collective in 2011 to Mexico while attaining her BFA at Alonzo King LINES in conjunction with Dominican University of California— 6 years later, she is back in Mexico, this time as the Director [more]

    Apply today for JUNTOSAbroad 2017!

    Apply today for JUNTOSAbroad 2017!Applications now open for JUNTOSAbroad trips to Guatemala and Nicaragua through January 29th! --APPLY NOW-- A two-week intercultural exchange program structured to enhance artistic and personal development through dance service work in some of Central America and Mexico’s ruralist areas.  Dance students from The Ailey School/Fordham University, Boston Conservatory, Codarts, The Juilliard School, LINES/Dominican [more]

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  • WHY WE DO IT


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