Sunday, August 28, 2016

JACQUELINE CALLE Performing with Metropolitan Opera

Jacqueline Calle FAC Dance Alumna 2013

Jacqueline Calle has signed a contract to perform with The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center as a dancer in Guillaume Tell

Jacqueline (Jacki) graduated in Dance in 2013 and is currently a senior at SUNY/Purchase in New York where she will still be taking classes as well as performing in NYC this semester. She received the Sheffield Wood Scholarship her senior year at the Fine Arts Center.

The new production will be performed October 18-November 12.

Elizabeth Wright performs in NYC

Elizabeth Wright, Dance Faculty 

performed in the Battery Dance Festival in August in NYC

The Isadora Duncan Dance Company performs
Andante, Hymn to Apollo at the Battery Dance Festival
Photo: Jason Chuang

Elizabeth Wright as soloist in Andante, Hymn to Apollo at the
Battery Dance Festival
August, 2016
Photo: Jason Chuang

NHSDA gets off to a great start!

The FAC NHSDA Officers organized a breakfast before school starts 

 Dancers can meet each other and have an overview for the year

FAC Dancers 2016-2017

NHSDA Officers
Callie Thackston, Peyton Lemen, Selah Boughner, Ellen Kilby and Nicole Pavia

Brian McGinnis Choreography at Artisphere

"The Things We Carry" Choreographed by
Brian McGinnis
Performed at Artisphere in May, 2016

FAC Student Choreography Artisphere in May, 2016

"Endless" choreographed by Peyton Lemen
"Agnosia" Choreographed by Olivia Hopkins
Dancer and Choreographer Jack Beaule
Choreography by Olivia Hopkins, Dancers Peyton Lemen and Nicole Pavia

Choreography by Ellen Kilby
Choreography by Nicole Pavia
Choreography by Jack Beaule

Induction for National Honor Society for Dance Arts

NHSDA Officers-Induction Ceremony April, 2016

Members of FAC Chapter of the NHSDA, April 2016

Induction Ceremony in the Lobby of the Fine Arts Center

Dance and Architecture Visit Greenville County Museum of Art

Dancers in the Greenville County Museum of Art

Dancers and Architecture Students in GCMA

Discussions among students and faculty/administrators