Elizabeth Shea

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The Indiana University Dance Theatre’s 85th anniversary concert on Nov. 4 will “open with joy” and “close with abandon,” celebrating the program’s long history on the Bloomington campus and looking to its future in the newly renamed IU School of Public Health-Bloomington. The dancers, some of whom returned to campus a week early this fall […]

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Moving Images

March 27, 2012

Arts Week Everywhere is IU Bloomington’s annual showcase of the diversity of arts on campus and in the community including stage performances, music, film, visual arts and dance.

In mid-February, three fellows from IU Bloomington’s Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities performed at this year’s Society for Electroacoustic Music (SEAMUS) conference at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. The first piece, “The Nature of Human” (pictured above) is a work for six dancers, video, and computer music featuring choreography from IDAH Fellow Elizabeth Shea with […]

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Dance, ‘here and now’

December 19, 2011

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The emphasis of “Contemporary Voices,” the annual faculty/guest artist concert presented on the IU Bloomington campus this January by the IU Dance Theatre, is on “contemporary,” in no uncertain terms. A couple clad only in white underwear dancing with nothing but a mattress. Six college students in their PJs performing on and around a couch. […]

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