“Creative dance is an art form that has been defined over time. It is a form of dance that has evolved to meet the changing needs of a society. It is an art form that has evolved to meet the needs of people from all walks of life. It is an art form that is evolving toward a broader conception of what is considered creativity.”
Is there a time period, such as an entire century or a period of time, such as an entire millennium, where creative dance was considered so powerful?
“Creative dance was defined as a part of our lives, and we use creative dance for many reasons. We use it to honor our ancestors and to honor the great work of our ancestors. We use it to celebrate diversity and to celebrate people from all walks of life. We use it to honor art and people from all walks of life. But most importantly, we use it for us.”
Does it depend on the cultural context?
“Creative dance is defined in these important phrases:
The dance of the peoples of time.
The dance of culture.
The dance of the people.
“We define it as a form of dance that is expressive in a way that has meaning. It is a form of dance that is expressive of our feelings. It is a form of dance that brings people together, that encourages and enables them to express themselves creatively, with a sense of the power of art.”
When I looked at the website of the American Association of Dance Teachers and the DanceWorks Dance Studio in San Francisco I noticed a lot of positive things. In addition, I noticed they had done a bit of a cultural survey to determine how dance was viewed in the Bay Area.
They found that about 20 percent of people in the Bay Area and some other parts of the country do not consider themselves to be creative — a finding which is consistent with the findings of The American Journal of Psychology in 2000.
However, their survey indicated, “A high percentage of dancers in San Francisco were not considered creative.” As many as 43 percent said they considered themselves to be creative, but that is down from about 65 percent previously.
Is creative dance so different from dance with partners?
“Yes. If you look at dance by itself, it is just sort of the same thing.”
If I look at it from the cultural view, does creative dance become better as it progresses?
“Yes. If you look, for