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Formed in 2009, MMDC creates intricate, fully-formed worlds with epic, abstract narratives. Highly physical, quirky movement forms tight-knit communities of exaggerated characters who are bound to complex narrative arcs. The company is driven by Mari Meade’s choreographic inspiration but is shaped by interactions with and contributions from other visual art forms.
In 2009, Meade relocated to NYC as a recipient of the Kenan Fellowship at Lincoln Center Education and founded Mari Meade Dance Collective (MMDC). Meade has been awarded the 2017 University of North Carolina School of the Arts Choreographic Institute Development Residency; taken part in Doug Varone’s Devices: Choreographic Intensive and Mentorship; and been an Artist in Residence at Chez Bushwick (Brooklyn), Triskelion Arts (Brooklyn), and Lake Studios Berlin (Germany). MMDC has also received the Brooklyn Arts Council Regrant and Andrew W. Mellon Rehearsal Subsidy at Triskelion Arts. MMDC’s newest work, dialogue; a trio, was the winner of Spoke the Hub’s Winter Follies and was a finalist at McCallum Theatre’s Choreography Festival in 2017. MMDC has shown work nationally and internationally. Highlights include: the Clark Theatre at Lincoln Center; Dance:Access at Danspace/St. Mark’s Church (NYC); STUFFED at Judson Memorial Church (NYC); Triskelion Arts (Brooklyn); FLICfest (Brooklyn); Battery Dance Festival (NYC); New Orleans Fringe Festival (LA); Asheville Fringe Festival (NC); Baltimore Dance Invitational (MD); Katlehong Arts Center (South Africa); and Lake Studios Berlin (Germany).
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