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Joan earned dance degrees from The Juilliard School and New York University, and participated in additional multimedia and telematics training at The Ohio State University, New York University, Arizona State University, and The Banff Centre Interactive Screens 1.0. She was a Banff Centre Film & Media Artist in Residence, faculty member at the Banff IDEA Summit, and presented her multimedia research at the Convergence: An International Summit On Art + Technology. Her research was also featured in The Juilliard Journal's special issue on Technology and the Arts.
As a performer, choreographer and media artist Joan developed and presented collaborative work across the United States and in Portugal, Germany, the UK, Egypt, Ireland, Italy, Argentina, and in Canada, where she was Artist in Residence and faculty at The Banff Centre in Alberta. Developing and designing dance video and multidisciplinary/multimedia curriculum at UWSP led Joan to national invitations as a Dance On Camera Festival (Lincoln Center, NYC) selection jury member, forum panelist, and workshop presenter. Joan’s artistic leadership – as Dance Program Coordinator for 15 years, and Theatre and Dance Department Chair for four years – has led to national invitations from the National Association of Schools of Dance (NASD) to co-lead training sessions at their Annual Meetings for both new and seasoned dance administrators.
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