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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FOUNDING CORE TEAM MEMBER
Shianne Antoine began her dance training at age 3 at Anna Apicella Dance Studio in Baltimore, MD. She trained at various dance studios in Maryland during her school age years and later studied dance with Gloria Lang at Mercy High School. Antoine graduated from Towson University in 2016 with a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography with a K-12 Teaching Certification. While at Towson, she had the privilege to study under Vincent Thomas, Runqiao Du, Linda- Denise Fisher- Harrell, Christopher K. Morgan, Alia Kache, and other influential teaching artists. She has taught dance for seven years with one of her roles being the Assistant Director of Dance at Mercy High School for three years. Antoine danced as a company member in Deep Vision Dance Company, a Baltimore based Modern Company. She is currently a teacher with Mission Dance Works, Dance and Bmore, and the YMCA. Antoine has served as a guest artist for Annapolis High School and is currently a company member with Humanistics Dance Company, a project based Contemporary dance company in Brooklyn, NY.