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Shadows & Echoes: 2013 Spring MFA Dance Concert

Featuring choreography by
Graduate Dance Artists

Liz Curtis
Alison Hart
and Maggie Phillips

and The Wrecking Project—a dance performed by all of our current M.F.A. Graduate Students that began with an original dance by Assistant Professor Gerald Casel that was deconstructed, rearranged, and edited by the performers.

2013 Spring MFA Dance Concert Shadows and Echoes Poster

March 14 & 15, 8PM 
March 16, 2PM & 8PM 
At the Martha B. Knoebel Dance Theater 
$20 General Admission 
$16 Students 
Buy Tickets!

Faculty Laurels

 

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Film Association's 2013 Dance on Camera Festival in New York recently presented Wander/lost, directed by Dance Technology Advisor Gregory R.R. Crosby and Keith Johnson, featuring choreography and performance by Keith Johnson.

Associate Professor Lorin Johnson served as Artistic Advisor to the Los Angeles Music Center’s festival, LA’s Rite:  Stravinsky, Innovation and Dance for the 10th Anniversary of Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center.  Here at CSULB, Prof. Johnson coordinated a fascinating and inspirational lecture by dance historians Millicent Hodson and Kenneth Archer on January 30, in which Hodson and Archer spoke about the seven years it took them to reconstruct Nijinsky’s Rite of Spring, a ballet that had been lost to history.

Chris Phan in Secret Dark World by Keith Johnson

Photo credits: Lorin Johnson, Artistic Advisor for LA’s Rite; Ashley Wheater, Artistic Director for The Joffrey Ballet; Renae Williams Niles, Programming Director for The Music Center; Thor Steingraber, Vice President of Programming for The Music Center; Stephen Rountree, President & CEO for The Music Center; Millicent Hodson, Dance Historian; Kenneth Archer, Dance Historian. Photo, courtesy Los Angeles Music Center, Gisella Garcia-Schatz.

Did You Know?

 

Tamara McCarty with Student Research Award• On February 22, senior B.F.A. major and CSULB Honors student Tamara McCarty took first place in the Creative Arts and Design division at the 25th Annual CSULB Student Research Competition.

 

 


• Assistant Professor Gerald Casel just presented at the Wisconsin Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies at University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and will present a Meditation Workshop at Tactical Bodies - The Choreography of Non-Dancing Bodies for the Congress on Research in Dance at UCLA in April.

• Professor Karen Clippinger will be presenting Meeting Functional Demands of the Hip and Knee with Pilates, as well as Reformer Class for Improving Posture and Functional Movement Patterns at the Pilates on Tour Rehabilitation Summit in Phoenix, Arizona on April 5 and 6, 2013. She will also present Meeting Functional Demands of the Hip and Knee with Pilates, as well as Sacroiliac Function and Pilates Exercise Design at the Balanced Body University – Pilates on Tour London Conference April 26 and 27, 2013.

• Dori Levy, Full-time lecturer is taking students to London as part of the "Short-term Study Abroad" program, teaching the Dance 373i (Nonverbal Communication) class.

• Lorin Johnson's contemporary dance company, Body Current Dance, has been commissioned to present a new work at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center, May 24 and 25, in the Dance Bistro festival.

• Evacuated, a dance film directed by Stevan Novakovich (MFA Dance 2008) and Gregory R.R. Crosby, choreographed and performed by Novakovich, with an original music/sound design by the Cole Conservatory’s Rychard Cooper, was recently screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Film Association's 2013 Dance on Camera Festival in New York City.

• Professor Keith Johnson has recently been asked to teach at the 14th Annual Summer Workshop put on by Doug Varone and Dancers at SUNY Brockport this June.

 

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