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DANCE STUDIES LECTURE: Claudia La Rocco, former NYTimes Dance Critic

APR 28 at 5:30-7PM | ROOM 125, MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | REGISTER AT JDEEDAS@STANFORD.EDU
Claudia La Rocco shares her current work in progress and reflects upon how dance has influenced her writing. For more information, click here.
About Claudia La Rocco Claudia La Rocco is the author of THE BEST MOST USELESS DRESS (Badlands Unlimited, 2014) a selected writings encompassing poetry, performance texts and criticism. She is the editor of I DON’T POEM: AN ANTHOLOGY OF PAINTERS (Off the Park Press, 2015) and DANCERS, BUILDINGS AND PEOPLE IN THE STREETS, the catalogue for Danspace Project’s PLATFORM 2015, which she curated. She founded thePerformanceClub.org, which won a 2011 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant and supports criticism as a literary art form. She is a columnist for ARTFORUM and a contributor to THE NEW YORK TIMES. She is currently collaborating with the choreographer Michelle Ellsworth and the composer Phillip Greenlief. The Chocolate Factory Theater has commissioned her first novel.
The Stanford Colloquium on Dance Studies is sponsored by the Mellon “Dance Studies in/and the Humanities” Initiative and is generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Details

When:

Tuesday, April 28, 2015. 05:30 PM

Where:

Room 125, Memorial Hall

Sponsor:

Stanford TAPS/Dance, Stanford Colloquium on Dance Studies, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Admission:

Free & Open to the Public | Register at jdeedas@stanford.edu