Claudia La Rocco, visiting artist/scholar at Stanford University courtesy of the Stanford Arts Institute, shares her current work in progress and reflects upon how dance has influenced her writing.
5:30-7:00pm, Tuesday, April 28
Memorial Auditorium, Room 125, Stanford University
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) andDANCERS, 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.
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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.