Love letters 2 flier May 15th on crowdcast

Love Letters 2

April 27, 2021

D.Webb Designs is proudly sponsoring an incredible show hosted by Choreographer's Vision, aka Danielle Hutton! For Love Letters 2, sixteen performers took on the courageous task of writing their own love letters, creating an ode to the self, to family, to lovers, and even to nature, with the intention of becoming a visual manifestation of intimate conversations. As there always is with a Choreographer's Vision show, there is a twist! These amazing performers will tell a story that is not their own; instead, this story is based on an anonymous love letter from a fellow dancer!

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Tribal Pop Up Market April 17th 2021

Pop Up Tribal Virtual Market

April 14, 2021

📣HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND📣 D.Webb is going LIVE Saturday April 17th with The Red Camel for the Pop Up Virtual Tribal Market 🥳🥳🥳 If you missed us at Art of the Belly this is your chance to see us live! We will have new limited edition goodies to share and you have THREE chances to win a raffle! All of the vendors donated amazing gifts that we will be giving away all day including a $35 D.Webb Gift Certificate!!

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Matan Schecter:  The wise words of a male belly dancer.

Matan Schecter: The wise words of a male belly dancer.

February 10, 2017

Matan Schecter: writer, style guru, fearless belly dance pioneer.  And also a loyal D.Webb Designs customer.  Recently, Matan went above and beyond when he surprised us with a video project titled "30 Ways to Wear the Empire from D.Webb Designs." We were thrilled!  (Half of them were styles the D.Webb team hadn't even thought of...)  

We immediately wondered "What made him decide to do that?  What is he all about?  What makes an artist like Matan tick?"  So, we asked him...

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Solstice Ensemble Makes Magic at the Muse, Brooklyn

Solstice Ensemble Makes Magic at the Muse, Brooklyn

February 02, 2017

It was magical.  Aerialists flying above us under lights ethereal and surreal, almost psychotropic video art splashed across the walls, highlighting dancers swirling and undulating throughout the entire room.

That was "Yule", presented by Sera Solstice at the Muse Brooklyn on December 10. Gorgeous.

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