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KQED Arts’ 'If Cities Could Dance' has been nominated for a Webby Award. Now it’s up to you to help us get first place!

KQED Arts' series If Cities Could Dance is officially nominated in the 23rd Annual Webby Awards—the Oscars of the Internet. Voting is live now, which determines who wins the Webby for Public Media and Arts & Culture.

Enjoyed what you've seen with If Cities Could Dance? Then cast your vote before Thursday, April 18.

If Cities Could Dance is KQED Arts' acclaimed video series, inviting viewers to step into the shoes of dancers from across the country who dare to imagine what it would look like if their city could dance.

In the first season, dancers from  San Francisco, Detroit, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Portland, Baltimore, San Jose and Oakland, reclaim their space—and their neighborhoods—through dance. Watch a trailer for If Cities Could Dance below, and all episodes here.


Series Creators: Claudia Escobar and Kelly Whalen

Producers & Editors: Claudia Escobar, Jessica Jones, Kelly Whalen

Cinematography: Claudia Escobar , Paavo Hanninen, Daniel Jarvis, Elie Khadra, Seiyoung Lee, M. Holden Warren, Kelly Whalen

Associate Producers and Assistant Editors: Creo Noveno, Isara Krieger, and Mary Mendoza

Contributors: Sarah Hotchkiss, Gabe Meline, Nastia Voynovskaya,

Distribution: Siouxsie Oki, Lina Blanco

Series Producer: Kelly Whalen

Executive Producer: David Markus