Editor’s Note: The following series “Dance!” is a week-long series curated by Gabriela Taras as a part of the Digital Research Internship Program in partnership with ViaNolaVie. The DRI Program is a Newcomb Insitute technology initiative for undergraduate students combining technology skillsets, feminist leadership, and the digital humanities.
This curation focuses on dance, music, and arts in New Orleans. Due to our lively culture, there’s a lot to do even as the weather is getting colder! Here is a documentary on the local dance studio, Dancing Grounds.
What: Dancing Grounds
Film by: UNO student and filmmaker Kal Landry
Editor’s Note: Every semester, NolaVie and UNO partner up to bring culture, community, and education together. Working with Professor Laszlo Fulop and his Documentary Production students at the University of New Orleans, NolaVie pairs students with cultural organizations in New Orleans, and the student creates a short documentary for that organization. This video was produced by Kal Landry, a student in the Introduction to Documentary Production class (School of the Arts – Department of Film at the University of New Orleans).