An Evening with the Creative Class is a series of informal presentations and discussions on the arts with a panel of curated guest artists and scholars sharing their talent in an enriching evening of community, networking, and discussion. The event will take place in the UNCG School of
Dance’s theatre, 1408 Walker Ave in Greensboro, NC. The theme for this Evening with the Creative Class is The Resistance Project: Women of the African Diaspora––Activism in Art, Education, and Business.
Featured guests include:
Robin Gee––UNCG Associate Professor, and Director of Greensboro Dance Film Festival
Cara Hagan–– Appalachian State University Associate Professor and Director of American Dance Festival’s Movies by Movers
Krisha Marcano––University of North Carolina School of the Arts Assistant Professor of Theatre Dance, Assistant Dean for Student Services and Entrepreneurial Studies
Dr. Karen Meadows––NC educator and author of Pedagogy of Survival: The Narratives of Millicent E. Brown and Josephine Boyd Bradley
Admission is free and open to the public. Donations are suggested to help us continue offering programs like An Evening with the Creative Class. This is an opportunity to experience and learn more about how artists and scholars make their work. Come meet the talented people who
help drive the artistic, creative, and education sectors of North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad region. This event is presented by Duane Cyrus/Theatre of Movement and supported by the UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts and the School of Dance with support from the North
Carolina Arts Council.