Calendar of Recent and Current Projects 2010-2011

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Adjudicator, American
College Dance
April 6 – 9, 2011
Festival, Central Region,
Wichita State University,
Wichita, Kansas

Visiting Artist, Texas Christian University,
February 2011—

Restaging “Startle” (Livingston choreography, created
March/April 2010), for the American College Dance Festival, South Central Region, March 22 – 26, 2011,
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Panelist, “Dance Artists Creating Global Connections,”
October 28, 2010

Global Connections Month—a component of the
Global Connections Program at Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas

3 Interrelated New Works for 1 USA site and 2 International sites:
“Startle”
—a dance for 14 women with water-filled glass bowls, music by contemporary composer Robin Cox; for Texas Christian University, School for Classical & Contemporary Dance, Fort Worth, Texas. March/April 2010

 

 

 

2009 Projects

“SURFACE”—A site specific work in the historic Sumer Bank, Istanbul, Turkey, with video art and production design by Kara Miller, interactive video by Berkut Ay Günel and Orçun Biricik, featured American dancer Melanie Ann King, and a cast of 6 Turkish dancers; for the Dance Camera Istanbul Festival, Director Onur Topal. November 2009

“Startling the Surface, Calming the Core”—A new work for
LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, for the Singapore Dans Festival; LASALLE Artistic Director Tamatha Ling Wong, LASALLE Program Director Melissa Quek

“A Certain Slant of Light”—A collaboration with Korean choreographer Kim, Sam-Jin, with assistant choreographer Choi, Moonea, for the Seong Nam International Dance Festival, Seong Nam Art Center, in Seoul, Korea. American dancers: Brittany Midiri, Aubrey Siebert, Marci Tuttle, and Armando Yearwood. Korean dancers: Ha Mi Hee, Joeng Hyun Jin, Kim Jong Hun, and Kim Seung Hae. April 2009

2008 Projects

LABAN International Conference, Livingston as an invited presenter, LABAN Contemporary Dance, Greenwich/Deptford, London, UK. October 2008

LASALLE College of the Arts/Singapore Dans Festival—Livingston guest artist residency and restaging of Livingston’s “The Vacant House”. October 2008

Korean National University of Arts, Livingston as a visiting artist. September 2008

“Guests in My House”—A new work for [ALOUD] at Central Library—in Los Angeles Public Library’s Mark Taper Auditorium, downtown Los Angeles, Cultural Programs Director Louise Steinman. Guest artists Tamatha Ling Wong (Singapore), Kim, Sam-Jin (Korea), music by Erik Leckrone, recorded vocal score Loretta Livingston, poetry and prose by women writers from Korea, Poland, USA. June 21 & 22, 2008.

LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, Livingston guest artist residency, March 2008, setting “The Vacant House”


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