The Ten Year Dance Project is a decade long art project started in 2020, working with dancers of all skills, as they pursue their dreams. It's completion will result in a body of work encompassing not only their growth as dancers but the trials and tribulations of their journey.
Most kids spend the first 18 years of their lives trying to decide who they want to be. Dancers who want to make it a career can spend up to fifteen years of their lives training. The parents make incredible financial sacrifices. At a relatively young age dancers face a highly competitive world filled with constant highs and lows. A sport where you constantly compete not only against yourself, but against your own teammates. Out of the millions taking dance, only about 3 percent will go on to professional careers. By comparison, it only takes the average PhD student eight years to complete their degree. This series is dedicated to all the dancers who constantly make huge sacrifices to live their dreams.
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