Creative Lives Series

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Creative Lives

RiverArts continues to explore the creative energy in our community. Several times each year, we present another line up of exciting speakers who will share their passions, insights, wisdom, personal experiences, and philosophies with us. The Eastern Shore is rich with writers, painters, potters, woodworkers, musicians, storytellers, actors, and creative people in all fields. Each of these inspirational folks has a story to tell, a unique way of looking at the world, and a special form of expression. Hearing about their journeys touches us in ways that make us aware of our own possibilities and sometimes moves us to forge ahead in our own quests or take detours that will fuel some passion or inner desire.  Please join us to hear from these local luminaries as they talk about what they have seen, felt, and learned on their creative journeys.

Upcoming Creative Lives Talks

DANCE

March 7,  6 pm     A.T. Moffett

Join us for a fascinating Creative Lives talk on  the history and importance of dance with Washington College visiting assistant professor A.T. Moffett. The evening will include a brief performance by Washington College dance and ballet students.

 

A.T. Moffett is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Washington College. Her creative and scholarly work center on arts-based research. Recent projects include Same Stories, Different Countries, an interdisciplinary performance exploring issues of racial oppression in the U.S and South Africa and Re-Entry: A Performance Tribute to Veterans, a collaboration between veteran literary artists and civilian performing artists. A.T. received a 2017 choreographic fellowship through the Delaware Division of the Arts. Her research on dance and learning is published in The Journal of Dance Education, Research in Dance Education and Undergraduate Research in Dance. She has supported the dance education community by leading professional development workshops in Dance-Integration, serving on the writing team to revise dance assessments for the DE Department of Education, and working as a reviewer for the Journal of Dance Education. In addition to university performances and residencies, her choreography has recently been presented at the Delaware Contemporary, The Grand Opera House, DuPont Environmental Education Center, and the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa. She earned her bachelors degree in Dance from Radford University in VA and her Master of Fine Arts in Dance at the University of Oregon.