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    SF’s Chinatown Block Party Aims to Bring Community Together

      Performance of “And the Community Will Rise” excerpts  as part of the “Ping Yuen-Peaceful Garden Summer Block Party”   Saturday, 7/17, 12:20pm In front of 795 Pacific Street, (between Stockton & Grant), San Francisco   Lenora Lee Dance is thrilled to be participating in the “Ping Yuen-Peaceful Garden Summer Block Party”, an event promoting […]

    Lenora Lee Dance featured in DREAM magazine!

        DREAM is California’s newest arts and culture magazine, published by the California Arts Council.   The annual publication features voices and stories from across the state, sharing a glimpse into the depth of impact of creativity and cultural expression in a region as large and diverse as California.   Issue No. 1   […]

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (ISGM), Pao Arts Center & Lenora Lee Dance present “MEDITATIONS ON THE POWER OF COMMUNITY

    Video still Meditations on the Power of Community, dancer Naoko Brown at Shen Wei: Painting in Motion Exhibition (Hostetter Gallery), Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, December 3, 2020 – June 20, 2021, courtesy Weiying Olivia Huang.   ISGM, Pao Arts Center & Lenora Lee Dance present  Meditations on the Power of Community   In response […]

    2021 Sacramento Dance Sampler – in Memory of Jory Horn

      April 10, 16 & 18 This 10th Anniversary Season is dedicated to the memory of Jory Horn (1991-2019). Jory may have left too soon but his abundance of creativity and dedication to the art of dance continues to inspire us all. Fifty percent of the ticket price will help establish the Jory Horn Memorial […]

    Our Statement as Lenora Lee Dance

    photo by Robbie Sweeny   Dearest Friends, Colleagues, Community, and Beyond, We, at Lenora Lee Dance, believe that hate, racism, discrimination, injustice, silence, and apathy have no place in society. We, as artists, activists, community builders, creatives, and forward thinkers, are part of the tapestry of the over 21 million Asian Americans who live here […]