Sunday, October 23, 2016

Meg Brooker: Master Class in Duncan Technique

Meg Brooker, Guest Artist teaching master class
Artist Biography:

"Meg Brooker is a Tennessee-based Isadora Duncan dance artist and Assistant Professor of Dance at Middle Tennessee State University. As a Duncan dancer, Meg has performed in national and international venues including The National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Museum, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Art Monastery (Italy), Erata Museum of Contemporary Art (St. Petersburg), American Center of Moscow, PROJEKT Fabrika (Crimea), among others. Meg is founder and and steering committee member of the Isadora Duncan International Symposium and a former member of Lori Belilove and Company, Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation, New York."

Meg Brooker with Leila Carroll

"Meg Brooker is a dance maker and performer with a history of interdisciplinary collaborations. Equally informed by structure and improvisation, Meg draws on a range of techniques from her dance and theatre trainings to create new work that balances early modern dance movement principles with contemporary perspectives of the body in motion."

Cornucopia performance
Ms. Brooker also performed with Elizabeth Wright (FAC Dance Faculty) and the 8 AM Dancers in Cornucopia on Saturday, October 22nd.