Jazz Dance by Doug Yeuell

In many ways, we truly don't want to define Jazz dance; we want to live it, to feel it, to move with it.

White Desert by Maryanne Pollock

My first creations were small and elaborate villages that I made for ants. On the Scottish side of my family I come from a line of creatives,...

Kelly Mayfield on “Perspective/Shift”

A year ago I realized I wasn’t doing what I set out to do. I wasn’t performing, choreographing, or teaching. I was doing some of those things, some of the time, but none were fully realized.

Silence as Varied as Snow by Nancy Havlik

I began thinking about the new dance/theater I’m making while recovering from a double knee replacement surgery in July, 2011. I had to spend a lot of...

Megan Coyle on her Collage Portraiture

My current figurative work features portraits of people that I know – friends and family. Thus I take images of models, people I don’t know, who don’t look like the people I see every day, and construct portraits of people that I recognize.