DIalogues: Voices From Performance
Name: DIalogues: Voices From Performance
Date: October 30, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Dialogues is a colloquium series that highlights the work of diverse artists, scholars, and activists in the fields of theatre, dance, and performance studies. CHARLES O. ANDERSON: (Re)Current Unrest and the Fire This Time: Choreographic Responses to BLM Charles O. Anderson is artistic director of Charles O. Anderson/dance theatre X, an afro-contemporary dance theatre company, which he founded in Philadelphia in 2003. Born and raised in Richmond, VA, Charles earned his BA in Choreogra- phy and Performance from Cornell University and his MFA in Dance from Temple University. He has performed in the companies of Ronald K. Brown, Sean Curran, Mark Dendy and Miguel Gutierrez among others. His work has been presented nationally and internationally and has earned recognition by numerous grants and organizations such as the Pew Fellowship in the Arts, one of “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine, and one of ‘12 Rising Stars in the Academy” by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education Magazine. Anderson is currently based in Austin, Texas where he is Head of the Dance Program and an associate professor of African Diaspora Dance Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Anderson also serves on faculty of the American Dance Festival six-week school in Durham, NC.