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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

The pianist Simone Dinnerstein, left, with the choreographer Pam Tanowitz; they are collaborating on “New Work for Goldberg Variations.”

MANCC Visiting Artist Pam Tanowitz Featured in NY Times

October 17, 2017
MANCC (Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography) visiting artist Pam Tanowitz talked with the New York Times about “New Work for Goldberg Variations,” which is prese ...
Living Legacy Artist, Ann Carlson, works with FSU School of Dance students during her Fall 2016 MANCC residency. Photo: Chris Cameron

MANCC Reflects on a Year of Connecting Students and Artists

April 25, 2017
As of 2017, the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) will have provided creative development residencies for over 120 professional artists and their collaborator ...

MANCC Welcomes Visiting Artist Bill Shannon

March 31, 2017
MANCC welcomes Bill Shannon as a Visiting Artist for his first residency to develop "Touch Update" on April 3- 14, 2017. The project dissects and dismantles the multiple online ide ...

Visting Artist Priya Srinivasan Presents "Performing Sweating Saris: Rethinking Gendered Migrant Labor"

March 3, 2017
The School of Dance will be hosting visiting guest artist Priya Srinivasan in a performance of excerpts from her award-winning book, Sweating Saris Indian Dance as Transitional Lab ...
Cynthia Oliver Returns to MANCC with Support From The Mellon Foundation

Cynthia Oliver Returns to MANCC with Support From The Mellon Foundation

March 2, 2017
Choreographer, Cynthia Oliver will return to MANCC in a second residency to finalize her work, "Virago-Man Dem". MANCC has made a multi-year commitment to Oliver with support from ...