Session 1U

Research in the Visual and Performing Arts: Critical Inquiries into Praxis, Creative Process and (Re)Presentation

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM | Moderated by Betsy Cooper
Add to my favorites The Wings of a Crow Have Eyes: An Interdisciplinary Solo Performance Fusing Visual Art, Dance, Theatre, Music and Design with the Application of Critical Theories
Presenter
  • Trung (Thomas) Dang, Senior, Extended Pre-Major
Mentors
  • Jeffrey Frace, Drama
  • Jyana Browne, Drama
  • Jurg Koch, Dance

Add to my favorites Dancing Gender: Gender-Performance and the Choreographic Process
Presenter
  • Kyle Easterly, Senior, Comparative History of Ideas, Dance: Dance Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Betsy Cooper, Dance

Add to my favorites The Infinite Image: A Project in Stereoscopic 3D Art
Presenter
  • Martin Jarmick, Senior, Digital Arts & Experimental Media Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Cynthia Caci, Digital Arts & Experimental Media
  • James Coupe, Digital Arts & Experimental Media

Add to my favorites Research through Embodiment: Recreating Historical Dance with the Chamber Dance Company
Presenter
  • Elise Butterfield, Junior, Dance: Creative Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Hannah Wiley, Dance

Add to my favorites Barefoot Ballerina: Francois Lepaulle’s “Marie and Paul Taglioni in the Ballet-La Sylphide” (1832) and Romantic Ballet
Presenter
  • Vanessa Stone, Senior, English, Dance: Dance Studies
Mentors
  • Gibson Cima, Dance, Drama
  • Betsy Cooper, Dance

Add to my favorites Dancing Towards Success: Measuring the Benefits of Dance at a Secure Residential Facility for Teens
Presenter
  • Ann Maclean, Senior, Dance: Dance Studies
Mentors
  • Gibson Cima, Dance, Drama
  • Juliet McMains, Dance

Add to my favorites Maya Deren and American Avant-Garde Film: Applying Contemporary Theories
Presenter
  • Eva Marie (Eva) Malpaya, Senior, Digital Arts & Experimental Media, Dance: Dance Studies
Mentors
  • Gibson Cima, Dance, Drama
  • Betsy Cooper, Dance

Add to my favorites “Entre en moi, toi ma multitude”/Enter into me you my multitude: World Dance Styles and the Works of Ruth St. Denis and Martha Graham
Presenter
  • Kyla Thompson, Fifth Year, Art History, Western Washington University
Mentor
  • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University