Artists

We’re an informal group. For more information, email us at movementsalontucson@gmail.com.

Here are the regulars:

Vicki Brown is a “sound sculptress” creating acoustic and electronic compositions combining sounds from violin, viola, voice, guitar, keyboard, loop machines, and various amplification techniques. Her first solo recording, “Winter Garden,” was released in 2006 by KEEP. In September 2007, Vicki performed and served on a roundtable discussant at the Interdependence Day Forum in Mexico City, Mexico.

Lisa Bowden is a poet, master printer, book-artist and co-founder of the 15-year old literary-feminist publishing house called Kore Press. She has worked with over a hundred contemporary writing projects, employing typography, print-making and binding expertise. Recipient of two UP Design prizes and an ADDY for a national design collaborative, she was nominated for Tucson’s Annual Arts Award in 2001. She has collaborated with other writers, visual, sound and culinary artists on numerous language-driven multi-genre projects.

Greg Colburn has a BS in Dance Therapy and is a Certified Skinner Releasing Instructor. He has worked extensively as an independent choreographer and has performed in Tucson with New ARTiculations Dance Theatre, ZUZI!, Zenith Dance Collective, Jon McNamara and La Capilla Teatro.

Kimi Eisele is a writer, dancer/choreographer, and educator. As a teaching artist she helps both children and adults tell stories with words and/or movement. She works as the special projects director for NEW ARTiculations Dance Theatre, where she is recently co-directed “We Are What We Eat,” exploring how modern dance can help us celebrate food and understand better the system that feeds us. Improvisation, she says, saves her life. You can read some of her improvs here: Little Things Add Up and here: See This?

Jennifer Hoefle is a choreographer/dancer and the coordinator of social justice programming at the University of Arizona’s Center for Student Involvement & Leadership. She dances with ZUZI! Dance Company and has taught movement and aerial dance to children and adults through community workshops and Tucson’s Opening the Minds through the Arts (OMA) Program.

Amanda Morse has enjoyed dancing in Tucson with NEW ARTiculations Dance Theatre, Funhouse Movement Theatre, and Movement Salon. When not dancing, she works as the Garden Coordinator at the Community Food Bank. Currently, she is working to mesh her worlds through a collaborative project between NEW ARTiculations and the Community Food Bank–a participatory performance about what we eat and why.

TC Tolbert is a genderqueer feminist, photographer, thinker, and poet committed to social justice.  TC earned his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona in 2005 and has been a part of several artistic collaborations including Boys R Us, Transgender Awareness Week, and Invisible City.  S/he is currently the Assistant Director at Casa Libre en la Solana and is an Adjunct Instructor at Pima Community College.  S/he has also spent his last six summers leading wilderness trips for Outward Bound in Maine and Colorado.  TC’s poems can be found, or are forthcoming, in The Drunken Boat, The Pinch, Shampoo, Volt, A Trunk of Delirium, and jubilat.  You can find more of TC’s work at www.tigercakes74.blogspot.com.

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