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Visiting Artists

Each year the School of Dance is honored to have several guest artists teaching classes, offering lectures and setting choreography on our students. These special guest augment our already renowned faculty and offer our students new opportunities and perspectives. Past visitors include legendary figures such as Alwin Nikolais, Doug Varone, Susan Marshall, Alonzo King and Barton Mumaw just to name a few.

In addition, The Maggie Allesee national Center for Choreography provides a constant breeze of up-and-coming, as well as established choreographers, dancers, composers, designers and other artists to our program.
Please visit mancc.org for more information including bios, podcasts, and videos of these artists.

MANCC Welcomes Visiting Artist Cynthia Oliver

May 3, 2016
May 22- June 6, 2016 MANCC is pleased to welcome Visiting Artist Cynthia Oliver into residence. Oliver is developing Virago – Man Dem (working title), her newest experimental d ...

MANCC Welcomes Visiting Artist John Jasperse

April 4, 2016
March 27 - April 10, 2016 John Jasperse returns to MANCC to develop Remains (working title), an evening-length work that reflects upon human existence, legacy and time. Jasperse’ ...
Gill directs Stuart Singer and Heather Lang

Beth Gill Presents Research From 2016 MANCC Residency

March 28, 2016
Beth Gill returned to MANCC to work on Untitled, which is a new site-specific performance installation inspired by archetype, the imagination and the subconscious. As she is conc ...

MANCC Welcomes Returning Artist Emily Johnson

February 23, 2016
February 21 - March 6, 2016 Please join us in welcoming MANCC Artist and Partnership Project: McKnight Choreography Fellow Emily Johnson, who returns to FSU to work on her curren ...
Carlson performs Blanket at MANCC Informal Showing

Living Legacy Artist, Ann Carlson, Begins Residency at MANCC

January 29, 2016
January 31 - February 7, 2016 Living Legacy Artist Ann Carlson’s solo performance work, Dumbo Redacted, is an elegy for the past, a celebration of a threatened species, and an i ...