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Movers & Shapers: Women in Dance Leadership Conference with Sandra Parks and Renee Chatelain

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MOVERS & SHAPERS:


PODCAST No.56 – 

Woman in Dance Leadership Conference with Sandra Parks and Renee Chatelain

 

Release Date: 2.13.18

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ABOUT SANDRA PARKS

Sandra Parks

Sandra Shih Parks is currently a full time assistant teaching professor for Drexel University. She holds her B.F.A. from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and her M.F.A. from Smith College, MA.

Originally from Taiwan, Sandra danced with Four Seasons Ballet and Wu-I Dance Company in Taipei; toured nationally and internationally with a Broadway production of the King And I. She also danced with Bosoma Dance Company, Dance Collective, and Impulse Dance Company in Boston, MA.

Sandra has presented work in Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Boston, Miami, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City, in addition to Beijing, China and Taipei, Taiwan. She has created work for professional dance companies including Bosoma, Cangelosi Dance Project, and Of Moving Colors. Before joining Drexel University, Sandra served as a faculty member at Boston University, Bridgewater State College, Colleges of Fenway, Kennesaw State University, Louisiana State University, Smith College, and taught master classes at National Taiwan University of Arts.

In 2013, Sandra founded Women in Dance L.L.C. to celebrate and promote female leadership in dance, and she is the director of the international Women in Dance Leadership Conference.

MORE ON SANDRA

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Steps on Broadway

Ballet Arts

King and I

Impulse Dance Company

Bosoma Dance Company

Smith College Dance

Drexel University Dance

 

ABOUT RENEE CHATELAIN

Renee Chatelain

Renee Chatelain is a native of Baton Rouge and a graduate of Louisiana State University, holding both a B.A. Degree in History and a Juris Doctor. She is the President and CEO of the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge. Her career as a dancer includes performing with the Eglevsky Ballet in New York, Delta Festival Ballet of New Orleans, Tampa Ballet, and American Dance Machine in New York. Renee has been a guest teacher for Iceland Dance Theater in Reykjavik, Iceland, and at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, at Hunter College in New York City, and at Southeastern Louisiana University. She serves on the Advisory Board of the American Mural Project, supporting internationally known visual artist Ellen Griesedieck, and was selected to participate in South Arts Dance Touring Initiative. She is a co-founder of Mid City Dance Project, Inc. She served as Executive Director at the Manship Theatre at Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge, LA. Prior to her position at Manship Theatre, she founded the dance programs for two independent schools in Baton Rouge.   Presently, she serves on the board of the Foundation for East Baton Rouge School System and the Shaw Center for the Arts among others.

Most recently, she has been on faculty at the Ballet Festival of India in Mumbai and has been a guest speaker at the Women in Dance Conference at New York University. She has served as a panelist at the Association of Performing Arts Presenters in New York, at the Women in Dance Leadership Conference in 2015, and has served as a community coach for the City of Mandeville Louisiana, through the Louisiana Department of Culture and Tourism’s Creative Placemaking Initiative. She was also recognized with the National Guild for Community Arts Education Milestone Award in 2017.

Renee is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, The Baton Rouge Bar Association, and has been a panelist for the Louisiana Cultural Economic Summit.   She is a recipient of Baton Rouge Area Foundation’s John W. Barton, Sr. Award for Excellence in Non-profit Management, the Baton Rouge Business Report’s Most Influential Women in Business, the Unsung Hero’s Award by Louisiana State University’s Office of Multi-Cultural Affairs, the Esprit de Femme Award by the LSU Women’s Center, and has been recognized by the Louisiana State Senate for her contribution to African Americans in Louisiana through the Arts. She has twice been awarded The President’s Award by the Baton Rouge Bar Association, was a 2005 finalist for the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Angel Award, and was recognized by the Louisiana Association for Non-Profit Organization as a Louisiana Heroine. Renee considers her passion project the creation and staging of a dance theatre work, The Fading Line: A Commemoration of the 1953 Baton Rouge Bus Boycott, and is grateful to all of those who played a role – past and present. She is most grateful for the love of her life and constant source of inspiration, her husband, Kevin Lyle.

 

MORE ON RENEE

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Eglevsky Ballet

American Dance Machine

Creative Relief

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Woman in Dance Leadership Conference with Blakeley White-McGuire

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PODCAST No.55 – 

Woman in Dance Leadership Conference with Blakeley White-McGuire

 

Release Date: 1.30.18

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ABOUT BLAKELEY WHITE-MCGUIRE

Blakeley White-McGuire is a New York-based dance performer, maker and teacher and holds an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College. Critically acclaimed as a Principal dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company (2002 – 2016, 2017) she has embodied the most iconic roles of 20th century Modern dance to international critical acclaim. As a leading practitioner of Graham’s technique, she materially contributed to three historical re-imaginings Ardent Song, Imperial Gesture, and Notes on a Voyage.

Simultaneously and throughout her career, Blakeley has created with and performed in new works by 21st Century Contemporary artists including Jacquelyn Buglisi, Jayoung Chung, Martha Clarke, Sean Curran, Sue deBeer, Nacho Duato, Daniel Ezralow, Larry Kegwin, Michael Klien and Steve Volk, Lar Lubovitch, Richard Move, Bulareyaung Pagarlava, Marta Renzi, Pascal Rioult, Luca Veggetti, Robert Wilson and Anne Bogart SITI/ Company.

As a dance-maker, Blakeley’s original works have been presented by The Museum of Arts and Design, Downtown Dance Festival, Dancers Responding to Aids, New Ballet Ensemble, Jacob’s Pillow’s INSIDE/ OUT, Baton Rouge Ballet Theater, Roxbury Arts Group, RAW, the Moving Beauty series at Williamsburg Movement and Arts Center and the Martha Graham Dance Company in a collaboration for Graham II. Her writings expressing the 21st Century Dancer experience have been published by The Dance Enthusiast, The Huffington Post, Dance Magazine, Performance Research Journal, U.K. and most recently in A Life in Dance: A Practical Guide.

Blakeley has served on the faculties of the Ailey School, the New School, The Actors’ Studio and New York City’s famed LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts as a teacher of technique, repertory and improvisation. A faculty member of the Martha Graham Center since 2002, she is also a coach and official register staging Martha Graham’s repertory internationally, most recently for Paul Taylor’s American Modern Dance and Ballet Vlaanderen. Blakeley continues to create, collaborate, research, lecture and perform. A passionate teacher, she leads masterclasses and residencies for companies, universities, studios and festivals worldwide.

 

MORE ON BLAKELEY

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Martha Graham School

Sean Curran Company

Martha Graham Dance Company

Movement Migration

Google Doodle

Janet Alber

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Karen Eliot

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PODCAST No.54 – 

Karen Eliot

 

Release Date: 1.2.18

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ABOUT KAREN ELIOT

Karen Eliot danced in the Merce Cunningham Dance Company and now teaches in the Department of Dance at The Ohio State University. With Daniel Roberts, she staged Cunningham MinEvents at the Wexner Center for the Arts for the Leap Before You Look exhibit in 2016, and for Parallel Connections in 2017. Her books include Dancing Lives: Five Female Dancers from the Ballet d’Action to Merce Cunningham (2007) and Albion’s Dance: the British Ballet during the Second World War (2016). With Melanie Bales, she co-edited Dance on Its Own Terms: Histories and Methodologies (2013). Her research on the British ballet during WWII was awarded several OSU Arts and Humanities and College of the Arts research grants, and a Coca Cola Critical Difference for Women Grant. In 2016 she received a Received Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. She is a co-editor of Dance Chronicle: Studies in Dance and the Related Arts.

 

MORE ON KAREN

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

The Royal Ballet

Frederick Ashton

Maggie Black

Martine van Hamel

Lar Lubovitch

Cornell University – Dance

Joyce Morgenroth

Viola Farber

Jane Desmond

June Finch 

Cunningham Works: Channels/Inserts, Locale, Inlets 2, Roaratorio

OSU Dance

Vickie Blaine

Dance Notation Bureau

Melanie Bales

Dance on Its Own Terms: Histories and Methodologies

Albion’s Dance: British Ballet during the Second World War

Daniel Roberts

Wexner Center for the Arts

MinEvent with BalletMet

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Wendy Perron

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PODCAST No.53 – 

Wendy Perron

 

Release Date: 12.19.17

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ABOUT WENDY PERRON

WENDY PERRON, author of Through the Eyes of a Dancer, had a 30-year career as a dancer/choreographer. She danced with the Trisha Brown company in the 1970s and choreographed more than 40 works for her own group. She has taught at Bennington, Princeton, and Rutgers among many schools and dance centers. In the early 1990s she served as associate director of Jacob’s Pillow, where she directed intensives in postmodern dance and improvisation. The former editor in chief of Dance Magazine, Wendy has also written for The New York Times, The Village Voice, Contact Quarterly, and vanityfair.com. She has lectured on contemporary dance across the country and currently teaches a graduate seminar at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. As editor at large for Dance Magazine, she hosts a new series called “What Wendy’s Watching” on dancemagazine.com/videos. She also writes for Tanz magazine and the Translucent Borders website, a global project of NYU. She has co-curated exhibits on the intersection of dance and art, including “Radical Bodies: Anna Halprin, Simone Forti and Yvonne Rainer in California and New York, 1955–1972,” which originated at UC Santa Barbara and traveled to the NY Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center in 2017. As a regular judge for Youth America Grand Prix, Wendy observes young dancers throughout the country. She is currently working on a book about the legendary improvisation group of the
1970s, the Grand Union.

MORE ON WENDY

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Jane Dudley

Tatiana Dokoudovska

Irine Folkine

Omnibus 

Martha Graham School

Facade (ballet)

Bennington College (Dance)

Liz Lerman

Dance Theater Workshop 

Rudy Perez “Countdown”

Maggie Black

Trinity College (Dance)

Trisha Brown Company

Elaine Summers

Stanley Edgar Hyman 

Fales Library and Special Collections, Wendy Perron Archives

Physicians for Social Responsibility

Deborah Jowitt

“If a Woman Dances No One Cares” Article

NYU Translucent Borders

Radical Bodies

Grand Union

Stephanie Skura

From the Horse’s Mouth

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Margie Gillis

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PODCAST No.52 – Margie Gillis

 

Release Date: 11.14.17

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ABOUT MARGIE GILLIS

Internationally acclaimed solo modern choreographer/ dancer, Margie Gillis has been creating original works for over forty years. Her repertoire is more than one hundred dances, including her signature solos, as well as duets and group pieces. She also lectures on dance and the role of art in society. With her unique approach of “Dancing from the Inside Out”, she teaches her art form to professionals and to those seeking experiential wisdom as a way of problem solving. She has worked on Conflict Transformation as well as issues of fairness for financial governance. Her “Legacy Project” allows her to continue to share her work as well as mentor young artists of excellence. Her numerous awards and distinctions include the Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award from the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award Foundation and the Stella Adler Studio of New York first MAD Spirit Award for Exceptional Humanitarian Actions by an Artist. She is Knight of L’Ordre National du Québec and Officer of the Order of Canada. Margie Gillis’ masterful interpretation of the different facets of the human soul has won her loyal audiences over the years. Unwaveringly, she continues to develop her craft through experimenting, teaching, creation innovation and performance.

MORE ON MARGIE

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Christopher Gillis

May O’Donnell

Pearson College

Leonard Cohen

La La La Human Steps

Jessye Norman

Adam Barruch

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: gwen charles

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PODCAST No.51 –

gwen charles

 

Release Date: October 31, 2017

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ABOUT GWEN CHARLES

Multi-disciplinary artist gwen charles creates site-specific, collaborative live performances and choreographed actions for and with the camera using handcrafted wearable props & sculptures. Performances and interventions are created for non-proscenium formats, inspired by the trivial moments of daily life & everyday objects.

Born in NYC, artist gwen charles completed her MFA with Transart Institute in Berlin, Germany & NYC. Her undergraduate studies were fulfilled at Parsons School of Design & The New School for Public Engagement. Her video works have been viewed in international venues and video festivals in the USA, Germany, Slovenia and Croatia. She has participated in artist residencies in Mexico, India, Slovenia & in the United States. Collaboration is an integral part of her studio & curatorial practice. Her studio is based in Montclair, NJ.

MORE ON GWEN

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

David Bowie with La La La Human Steps

Fine Young Cannibals with Philippe Decouflé

MoMA

Yves Saint Laurent

Costume Institute – The Met

Parsons School of Design

Bank Street College of Education

Transart Institute

Joan Jonas

Movement Research

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Sarah Weber-Gallo

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PODCAST No.50 – Sarah Weber-Gallo

 

Release Date: October 17, 2017

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ABOUT SARAH WEBER GALLO

Sarah Weber Gallo is a dancer, dance maker, and educator residing in Hoboken, NJ, where she is Dance Director for Mile Square Theatre.  She is a senior member with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, where she has been featured in the works of Doug Varone, Mark Dendy, Sean Curran, Benjamin Millepied, Julie Taymor, Graciella Daniele, Andre Serban, Robert Lepage, and Mary Zimmerman, among others.  At Mile Square Theatre, Sarah is resident choreographer, as well as director of the small-but-growing MST Dance Academy and coordinator of after school enrichment dance classes in Hoboken public schools.  Her recent evening-length dance The Magic Hour was lauded as “Stunning” and “Better than Charlie Brown” (by Dance Enthusiast and seven-year-old Jake), respectively.  Her choreography has been presented at Mile Square Theatre, Roulette Intermedium, The Ohio Theatre, Center for Performance Research, Greenspace, La Mama, Indy Convergence, and Art House Productions.  Sarah was the recipient of the 2015 New Work Award at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, and her collaborative dance Pigeon Congress represented UWM at the 2014 American College Dance Festival.  She holds an M.F.A. in Dance from UWM and a B.A. in Psychology from Goucher College.  Her daughter, Olivia, is eight-years-old, entering third grade, and just learned how to ride a bike.  Parenthood informs Sarah’s art making; and her current project, Fun Head, is an exploration into the subjective nature of fun and its intersection with youth. The work celebrates effort, excess, risk, messiness, and the courtship dances of birds.

MORE ON Sarah

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Jordan College Academy of Dance at Butler University

Goucher College Dance

Dance Place

Shapiro and Smith Dance

Mark Dendy

The Rockettes

Metropolitan Opera | Ballet

Ron Howell

Mile Square Theatre

Your Move Dance Festival

GRUNT

Indy Convergence

Passport to Learning

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Diane Jacobowitz

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PODCAST No.49 – Diane Jacobowitz

 

Release Date: September 26, 2017

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ABOUT DIANE JACOBOWITZ:

Diane Jacobowitz (BFA, Ohio State University; MFA, Connecticut College) has a distinguished career in performing, choreography and arts administration. She has taught dance to youth and adults of all ages and backgrounds for 26 years at numerous institutions. She has directed and taught at several programs including the Dance Department at Westchester Music and Arts Camp and Hunter College Dance Department. She was instrumental in establishing the Dance Major at Long Island University, where she was a professor for 9 years teaching ballet, modern, choreography, aerobics and speech. She taught and directed the middle school dance program and afterschool dance elective at the Berkeley Carroll School in Park Slope for 6 years. Diane choreographed and directed her own company, the Diane Jacobowitz Dance Theater for 15 years, during which time, the company toured, performed and engaged in residencies throughout the Northeast. Her company, DJDT performed at BAM in 1992. Diane has also performed with several prominent choreographers including Kenneth King, Marta Renzi, Grethe Holby, Kathy Duncan and Annabelle Gamson. She founded Dancewave in 1995 with the mission of  bringing dance to a broad spectrum of the city youth population, particularly to those talented dancers who lacked the means to afford pre-professional training. Her main focus has been working with young people as artists in the making and connecting them early to the rigor of high level performance and exposure to world renowned dance artists. As Executive/Artistic Director of Dancewave for the past 20 years, she has developed innovative programming to capture the talents and imagination of young dancers. Some of the programs she has developed, in addition to the Dancewave Company model, include Dancing Through College and Beyond, the Dance Career Symposium and the Kids Cafe Festival. Under her leadership, Dancewave currently reaches over 3,000 young people citywide through programs both at the Dancewave School and in partnership with over ten New York City public schools. She is currently leading the campaign for Dancewave’s capital project – the opening/launch of a brand new dance center in downtown Brooklyn in 2017.

MORE ON DIANE:

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Henry Street Settlement

Donal McKayle

Percival Borde

Annabelle Gamson

Grand Union

Viola Farber

Max’s Kansas City

Kenneth King

“Making Dances”

Mark Morris

Dancewave Company

Wendy Evans Joseph

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Laurie Berg

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PODCAST No.48 – Laurie Berg

 

Release Date: September 12, 2017

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ABOUT LAURIE BERG:

Co-organizer of AUNTS since 2009, Laurie Berg makes work in a variety of forms including dance and performance, collage and jewelry. In addition to her choreographic work, she engages with the dance community as a producer, curator and event organizer. She recently co-curated the Movement Research Spring Festival 2017, is the 2016 recipient of “The Tommy” Award and a 2016-17 LMCC Workspace Artist-In-Residence.

MORE ON LAURIE BERG

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Wade Robson

Robert Reed

Liliana Dirks-Goodman

University of Arizona – Dance

Dr. John Wilson

Movement Research

Juliette Mapp

Rebecca Brooks

Arts@Renaissance

Lucy Sexton

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com

Movers & Shapers: Ariel Grossman

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PODCAST No.47 – Ariel Grossman

 

Release Date: August 29, 2017

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ABOUT ARIEL GROSSMAN AND ARIEL RIVKA DANCE (ARD):

Ariel Rivka Dance (ARD) is a critically acclaimed all-female contemporary dance company led by a married choreographer/composer team, Ariel Grossman (Artistic Director/Choreographer) and David Homan (Executive Director/Composer). Based in New York/New Jersey, ARD is committed to creating work with new music that explores emotionally driven movement with underlying currents of technique and structure. Collaboration and accessibility are the heart of ARD. It produces shows that incorporate various styles of dance and music, exposing our audiences to quality artistry in an inviting way.In 2016 Ariel was named one of Jersey (New) Moves Emerging Choreographers and was invited back to the 2017 festival as a standout past grant recipient. The company recently toured to Houston, TX, for Dance Month at the Kaplan Theatre and to the Gordon Center for Performing Arts in Baltimore, MD, and is looking forward to an upcoming choreographic & performance residency in Vero Beach, FL. ARD has also been presented at NJPAC, Rutgers University, the Gershman Y (Philadelphia, PA), Saratoga Dance Museum, Baruch Performing Arts Center, Dixon Place, White Wave’s Wave Rising Series and Inaugural Solo/Duo Festival, and REVERBDance. Past performances include collaborations with RIOULT Dance NY, Heidi Latsky, Elisa King, Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company, Carrie Ellmore-Tallitsch, Paul Dennis and Sean Curran. ARD has also held choreographic residencies at LaGuardia Performing Arts High School (NY) and Moving Youth Ballet Company (NJ) and was the recipient of a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council grant and a Nathan Cummings Foundation grant.

With a Masters in Early Childhood Education, Grossman has a passion for introducing dance to young learners offering family, community, and early childhood programming. Ariel Rivka Dance’s most recent family program is the touring work, “The Book of Esther: The Journey of Queen Vashti and Queen Esther,” which explores Ariel’s Jewish roots through a feminist lens. Traveling to Philadelphia, Ocean County, NJ, and various locations in New York City, “The Book of Esther” has provoked riveting conversations about artistic interpretation, biblical text, and the art of collaboration with adults and children alike.

 

MORE ON ARIEL RIVKA DANCE

PODCAST INTERVIEW LINKS

Edward Morgan

Joffrey Ballet School

Laguardia High School

UMass Amherst, Music and Dance

Skidmore College, Dance

NJPAC

RoxPAC

Riverside Theater, Florida

Gordon Center for the Performing Arts

“Lean In”

 

Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Theme Music: Adam Crawley whose music can be found at djplie.com