We at Deep Vision believe that all Black lives matter and support the Black Lives Matter movement. We stand in solidarity with the Black community, and we pledge to go further than a public statement.  Violence and anti-Black racism must stop, and we must all be a part of the process. 
We vow to move through a period of reflection. Where have we been blind? Where have we not spoken up and taken action? Where has our ignorance caused harm? Where have we proclaimed unity but demonstrated a lack of diversity?  Where have we avoided the difficult conversations?  Where could we have done more to fight systemic racism on a small and large scale? 
Small actions have a rippling effect.  This reflection must shift to action - continual steps towards justice, respect, equal opportunity and resources for all Black lives. 

As part of our call to action, Deep Vision and the board of directors are donating $4,000 to various, local organizations dedicated to Baltimore’s Black community and focused on achieving social justice and racial equity.  Pivotal in the Black Lives Matter movement, these organizations are working towards the freedom, safety, education, growth, health, and fundamental rights of all Black people.  Many of the organizations share our belief in the transformative power of the arts and use the arts as a catalyst for social change and for fostering the skills of Baltimore’s artists and youth. 

Along with donating, we are taking action by examining our organizational values and practices and educating ourselves through workshops, forums, open discussions, and ongoing reflection.  We shall continue to identify strategies that enable us to be agents of social change.

With love, all of us at Deep Vision

Deep Vision Dance Company, Inc. graciously acknowledges the support of our many, individual donors.  ​​

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​Summer Music Moves: A Music & Dance Festival | September 18 | Center Stage, Baltimore 

Presented by Dance Baltimore  and Baltimore Jazz Alliance, this third annual festival celebrates local, professional dancers and musicians.  Deep Vision performs outdoors at the Baltimore Center Stage, 700 North Calvert Street.  Street parking available.  Other performance locations include North Wolfe & Eager Streets and 2100 Liberty Heights Avenue.  All day FREE event - drive by, walk up, bring a seat.  More info: LINK

Inertia Choreographers' Showcase | October 16 | Dance Studio Theater, Towson

An eclectic evening of dance, featuring Towson University dance faculty, alumni, and students.  Location: Virtual performance for TU community.  Time: 2 & 7pm 

50-Year Anniversary Concert | October 23 | Theater Project, Baltimore

Deep Vision joins various musicians, actors, and dancers in celebrating Theater Project's 50-year anniversary concert.  Evening begins with a reception at 6:30pm, followed by a celebratory performance at 7:30pm.  More info coming soon.

 Deep Vision presents "In Faith..." | March 5 & 6 | Theater Project, Baltimore

In Faith…shares the spiritual journey of two friends.  A Muslim man and a Christian woman move through circles of storytelling, revealing friction, connection, and a deeper understanding of their beliefs.  Vignettes of dance, music, and spoken word weave together the performance.  All are invited to listen, share, welcome the unknown, and marvel at humankind’s differing truths and experiences of reality.   Conception and choreography by Nicole A. Martinell with collaborators Tim Nohe (composer), Jamahl Rahmaan (movement artist)/choreographer), Dr. Homayra Ziad (activist-scholar).  Location: Theater Project, Baltimore.  Times: Saturday, March 5 @ 8pm & Sunday, March 6 @ 3pm.  More info coming soon!





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