Lynne holds an MFA in dance from the University of Maryland, College Park. As an interdisciplinary artist, Lynne's practices include dance, poetry, improvisation, performance, choreography, somatics, and research in many fields including gender, race, and depth psychology and archetypes. Lynne has taught at University of Maryland, UMBC, Goucher College and is currently a Visiting Instructor of Dance/Movement at St Mary's College of Maryland. Lynne teaches movement research classes in Baltimore to movers of all levels at Church on the Square Saturdays from 10am-12pm and Wednesdays from 7pm-9pm.
Peter Redgrave is a performer who works in movement. He organized the Move Move Collaborative in 2017. He has danced with Khristian Weeks, Vervet Dance, and Sidney Pink.
Alexis Araminta Renee
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Alexis Renee is a choreographer, performer, and multi-media artist fascinated with the intersections of race, gender and class. Interested in transnational research approaches Alexis has studied, performed and presented work throughout the United States, Europe, and the Caribbean. Locally, her choreography has been performed at the American College Dance Festival, UMBC, Howard Community College, Artscape, Akimbo, The Kennedy Center and The White House. In 2014, Alexis was honored the American College Dance Association /Dance Magazine Award for outstanding choreography and was featured in the September 2014 issue of Dance Teacher magazine. Alexis is a 2017 Ruby Artist Grant recipient from the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.
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Jenny is a movement artist, a certified yoga instructor, and a school based occupational therapist in the Baltimore Area. Jenny has independently created the projects PureLand (2011), We once were and still Are (2013) and collaborated on projects such as Turn Into (2012) and Pull/Drift (2013). Since 2009, Jenny has also made appearances with local dance companies such as withhart.dance.projects and VTDance and choreographers such as Lynne Price. Jenny is continually fascinated by exploring the connection between mind and body and discovering new ways to learn how the body can be a vehicle for the communication of the mind, heart, and soul. She is also inspired by and strives toward using the healing properties of movement and yoga to bring peace and joy to those around her.
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In her teaching as a Baltimore City Visual Arts Educator as well as in her visual and performing arts practice, Christine’s work addresses the tenuous spaces between the consumer and the artist. Her mixed-media work conflates the body with products of labor and asks the audience to reposition their relationship to objects of consumption. Christine’s ventures into dance making in Baltimore began in 2012 when she joined Effervescent Collective. In the spring of 2015 she collaboratively choreographed and produced her first full-length work, Dank. She also designed the BIDA logo! (http://christine-stiver.squarespace.com)