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Visiting Artists/Scholars

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.N

FSU’s School of Dance and MANCC build on residency partnership with Ronald K. Brown collaboration

May 19, 2021
After over two years of planning, MANCC and the School of Dance have entered into an extended residency partnership with Legacy choreographer, Ronald K. Brown, and his company Evid ...

FSU MANCC receives renewed funding from Sustainable Arts Foundation to support working parent artists

May 10, 2021
Courtesy of FSU News The Florida State University Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) has received renewed funding from the Sustainable Arts Foundati ...

MANCC Brings Innovative Artists for 2020-2021 Season

January 20, 2021
MANCC is pleased to offer support to a range of artists throughout the 2020-2021 season. While this support continues to shift in method, MANCC is committed to its season art ...

MANCC Welcomes Visiting Artist Netta Yerushalmy

January 8, 2021
An acclaimed dance artist who works across genres and disciplines, Netta Yerushalmy is currently at MANCC to further solo material for her work Movement (working title) and plans t ...
MANCC Artists Named among Nominees for Prestigious Awards

MANCC Artists Named among Nominees for Prestigious Awards

January 5, 2021
In the spring of 2018 School of Dance students gathered in a dark theater listening to the heavy beat of club music and watching projections fill screens tethered to th ...