Dance Faculty

Margaret Paek

The Dance Program is integral to the liberal arts at Lawrence; it expands modes of thinking, enriches the study of performance, and develops cultural literacy among Lawrence students. Serving the university at large, dance fosters open minds and bodies, increases movement awareness and articulation, and deepens the creative, collaborative process.

With the addition of Dance to the Conservatory in Fall 2011, Lawrence students participate in directed physical engagement and dance scholarship. The studio and classroom courses cultivate a dance perspective through shared inquiry, improvisatory choreographic practices, and inclusive techniques. Lawrence students’ moving/thinking bodies are activated and inspired.

Courses feature diverse guest teachers and performers, and the Dance Series provides exposure to locally and nationally recognized dance artists. Aided by a dynamic range of dance clubs on campus, the Dance Program enjoys nurturing a cooperative, vibrant scene. Dance at Lawrence is a space of participation, exploration, and creative community. Join us.

Dance Courses @ LU

Dance Courses (MUDA) for 2015/16 include:

• Dance Appreciation
• Ensemble Thinking 
• Contact Improvisation
• Embodied Creative Practice
• Articulating the Solo Body
• Musicians in Movement

2015-16 Dance Series Visiting Artists

Dance Series visiting artists for the 2015/16 school year include:
• The Dolphin Dance Project
• Tatyana Tenenbaum with Emily Moore and Laurel Snyder
• Uncucumbered
(Bradley Teal Ellis, Melissa Guerrero, Elise Knudson, Paul Singh and Margaret Paek)

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