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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 for more information including bios, podcasts, and videos of these artists.N

School of Dance Alum, Tamara Williams, Returns to Share Research with FSU

January 31, 2018
This February, the School of Dance welcomes Tamara Williams back to FSU. An alum of the School of Dance and current Assistant Professor of Dance at University of North Carolina Cha ...
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MANCC Welcomes Returning Choreographic Fellow Rosie Herrera

January 29, 2018
January 25 - February 8 The Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) is pleased to host Returning Choreographic Fellow Rosie Herrera in residence to develop her l ...

School of Dance Welcomes Guggenheim Fellow and “Bessie” Award Winner to Faculty

January 9, 2018
The School of Dance is excited to welcome Associate Professor Donna Uchizono to the Studio Practice and Composition faculty. Donna is teaching Contemporary Dance and Dance Repertor ...
Living Legacy Artist Ralph Lemon (center) in dialogue with his collaborators during his 2010 MANCC residency for How Can You Stay All Day and Not Go Anywhere?

MANCC Looks Ahead to Spring Residency Line-Up

January 4, 2018
Having supported three artistic projects and one site visit Fall 2017, MANCC now looks forward to supporting eight more diverse projects this Spring. Each year, 10-15 nationally si ...