National Water Dance Day is an artist-driven collective of dancers and educators confronting critical water issues facing the United States. Stretching from New York to Hawaii and from Alaska to Puerto Rico, NWD creates simultaneous, site-specific dance performances with movers of all ages and experience. Created and directed by Dale Andree, National Water Dance believes that our environment is the most pressing issue of this generation and as dancers we are using our bodies to create a community that reaches out for action.
“It’s about reconnecting our sense of self and soul with our waterways and oceans.”
— Celine Cousteau, granddaughter of Jacques Cousteau