Fall 2018

  • Participating in a three-day Dance for PD advanced teacher training workshop at the Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn, NY.

  • Co-teaching IMPROVment with Christina Soriano. This improvisational community movement class is on Monday mornings from 9-10am. It is free and geared towards adults of all ages and experience levels, as well as people living with Parkinson's Disease. To learn more please go to: http://www.improvment.us/#welcome

  • Collaborating with three architecture professors—one from Wake Forest and two from UNCG—to teach a new eight-week site-specific dance course on the Wake Forest Reynolda campus.

  • December, 2018—Sharing my article entitled With Injury, An Approach To Teaching in a Changed Body in the December issue of Dance Teacher Magazine.

Spring/Summer 2018

  • August, 2018—Co-choreographing The Orphee Project alongside Christina Soriano. This intergenerational dance and music performance is part of the 2018 Music Carolina SummerFest, and will be performed on August 11th in Brendle Recital Hall on the WF Reynolda Campus. Funded by a generous grant from iPLACe. 

  • Co-teaching IMPROVment with Christina Soriano. This improvisational community movement class is on Wednesday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30am. It is free and geared towards adults of all ages and experience levels as well as people living with Parkinson's Disease. To learn more please go to: http://www.improvment.us/#welcome

  • June, 2018—Sharing my article entitled Moving a Dance History Class in the June 2018 issue of NDEO's Dance Education in Practice journal. 

  • April, 2018—Co-teaching IMPROVment alongside Christina Soriano at the Mid-Atlantic South ACDA conference at Virginia Commonwealth University.

  • February, 2018—Co-presenting a Methods for Teaching Collaboration: The Delicate Dance of Learning to Lead and Follow along with Rachel Barker at NCDEO's annual conference in Charlotte, NC. More info: https://ncdeo2018conference.sched.com