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How People Move People is a podcast about how our words, art, stories, and lives impact each other. This four-part audio series features multi-episode arcs, each crafted by a lead researcher, bringing investigative journalism to dance. Listeners will discover how the lives and stories of others impact artistic journeys – the choreography of cultural influence.


Series Two: "Trace Elements" is hosted by Jose Solís (Madrid, Spain), who traveled between the Americas and Europe to gather stories of men and trans women artists impacted by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.


Hosted by Cara Hagan (Union City, NJ), Series One: "Back and Forth" is a love letter to Black girlhood through the lens of pop culture. Read the liner notes to learn more about Cara, meet her guests, and access other program materials and resources. 



Inside the Dancer’s Studio is the first podcast from NCCAkron that brings listeners into the process of creating dance. Through interviews with choreographers from across the United States, Inside the Dancer’s Studio dissolves the mystique of dance-making into engaging fun and deeply human conversation.

Inside the Dancer’s Studio is hosted by NCCAkron’s Executive/Artistic Director Christy Bolingbroke, who poses a set series of questions about craft, process, and perseverance. This program is perfect for budding dancers, dance-makers, creatives, and anyone who has ever built something from scratch

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