SAVE THE DATE: JUNE 25, 2011
MINT Gallery and Dance Truck
team up to present
Portland dancemaker Noelle Stiles!
Noelle Stiles makes her debut in the SE at MINT Gallery, with a multi-media performance designed for Dance Truck.
Noelle Stiles and Blake Beckham (both alumnae of The Ohio State University) will reunite on the Dance Truck stage for a very special performance for us.
Catch a preview of Blake Beckham's PLOT, which can be experienced in its entirety July 28-31 at The Goat Farm.
Noelle is interested in how and where experience is held in the body. This interest provides a framework for extracting the corporeal language that both intimately connects and individuates us. Noelle has been working in the field of dance for over 15 years as a performer, choreographer, administrator and teacher. She has a BFA and MFA in dance. Her work has been supported by Caldera's Artist Residency program, the Regional Arts and Culture Council, the Schlesinger Fellowship, a Wexner Center for the Arts Assistantship and most recently she was selected by PICA and the NDP to travel to the Dublin Dance Festival as part of their pilot international exchange program. She has taught at The Ohio State University, the Governor’s School of North Carolina and co-founded the dance class series Heavy Rotation with Kathleen Keogh of Woolly Mammoth Comes to Dinner. She has performed and presented work at venues such as the PICA T:BA Festival, On The Boards, PWNW, Dance New Amsterdam and Links Hall. Thank you Dance Truck and MINT.