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jess humphrey left a comment for Corinne Cappelletti
"Hi!! Kiss that baby for me, and hope to dance with you again someday!"
Sep 29, 2021

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Corinne Cappelletti received her BA in Interdisciplinary Studies (2001) from Goucher College during which she immersed herself in the dance and culture of Ghana, West Africa and Bali, Indonesia. Upon returning from Indonesia, Corinne discovered her curiosities for teaching dance and for a practice in United Martial Arts, Alexander Technique and movement improvisation. Corinne’s life continued along an intersection of geography, choreography and social activism. For her graduate research in place-identity she designed a place-making device through a performance project inspired by the course “Ecology of Residence” held at the Murie Center (Teton National Forest, 2007) with Terry Tempest Williams. The durational performance project, The New Pedestrian, is still performed monthly in Salt Lake City, UT. Corinne worked as an ArtsBridge scholar blending arts and social justice with a group of high school students at Horizonte School from 2008-09. As a Laban Movement Analyst she draws upon movement concepts and somatic knowledge to educate movers from all backgrounds and ages, to facilitate group process, make dances, and perform. After completing her MFA in Modern Dance at the University of Utah (2009), she relocated to New York City where she is an instructor and administrator at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies.
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At 11:32am on September 29, 2021, jess humphrey said…

Hi!! Kiss that baby for me, and hope to dance with you again someday!

At 12:30pm on December 18, 2009, Jessica lockhart said…
Hi Corrine-

Both NY and Utah, interesting. My latest venture is a danceblog. Check out www.talkingaboutdance.blogspot.com

Jessica
At 12:21pm on December 18, 2009, Margit Galanter said…
oh, it is youuuu! hello hello
At 12:21pm on December 18, 2009, Margit Galanter said…
that is nice because i am not using this much, do we now one another? mg
 
 
 

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