- Arts Associate
ATLANTA ¿ The Emory Dance and Movement Studies Program's spring line up includes two thought-provoking performances this March.
Internationally renowned contemporary dancer Alice Sheppard will perform two solo pieces, calling into question what we mean by ¿virtuosity¿ when we talk about disabled dancers and dance. These pieces, performed from a wheelchair, highlight an innovative and compelling form of contemporary dance.
This project is supported in part by the Emory College Center for Creativity and Arts, the John H. Gordon Stipe Society, Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory (SIRE), The Lucky Penny, and the Emory Dance Program.
The Emory Dance and Movement Studies Program is a curiosity-driven environment that values collaborative relationships, unique perspectives that emerge from the imagination, and original movement research