Endalyn Taylor

African American Ballerina

In 2014 diversity in dance—and in ballet in particular—is the latest buzz phrase. With highly promoted programs like American Ballet Theatre's Project Plié and companies like New York City Ballet and universities nationwide hiring luminaries in the field to head diversity committees, the future of dance looks hopeful in terms of there being true representation of the rich multiplicity of cultures in America.

John Toenjes

Kama Begat Nihilum by John Toenjes My research revolves around computer-assisted interactive dance. My works explore the ways that computer technology expands our human art-making capabilities and how it affects our contemporary lives.

Reneé Wadleigh

Reneé Wadleigh's Worth LiesWadleigh's deep engagement in dance has been a lifelong proposition. She is committed to the process of creating her own dance works and is as keenly invested in guiding new generations of dance artists in the development of personal creative practices.

Abby Zbikowski

Abby Zbikowski's ResearchMy creative research probes dance aesthetics and the ways we represent our various cultural value systems regarding the body and art through choreography.