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Since my modest beginnings, I received my Bachelor's degree in dance from Eastern Michigan University in 1994. Ten years later, I received my Master's of Fine Arts in dance and mediated performance from Arizona State University. I have performed for Intersect Dance Theatre and Right Brain Performancelab. I have co-founded two San Francisco-based companies: Spinning Yarns Dance Collective and FLUX Dance Project. I have taught dance at Arizona State University, Mesa Community College, San Mateo Community College and Eastern Michigan University. My work has been presented in Detroit, MI, Phoenix, AZ and San Francisco, CA.
Apryl, thank you so much for all of the helpful information. I actually stumbled upon Johannes Birringer's dance-tech.net profile just after messaging you. It's great to hear that he's as wonderful as his profile suggests, and I will certainly research opportunities with him at Brunel. I also look forward to getting in touch with Kelly and, if this study abroad initiative takes shape, eventually taking you up on your special offer for a tour of dance studios in London.
Again, thank you so much!
I noticed you graduated from ASU - I grew up down the block!
I'm messaging because I'm currently studying dance, music composition, and interactive arts technologies at Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio. I'm looking for a study abroad opportunity in London, and given your broad interests and computer programming skills, you seem like a good person to ask! Are there any colleges or universities in the London area that you might be able to recommend? I'm looking for collaborative experiences and exposure to new interdisciplinary arts in London.
In any case, I hope you're having a blast! All the best : )
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