Amanda Loulaki

Amanda Loulaki

Amanda Loulaki

Amanda Loulaki presents Untitled Two, in which the mantra for this new work is “It is what it is”. With Untitled Two she draws sketches of acceptance, while continuing to investigate how the experience of time through imagery constructs reality. She likes creating worlds.

Amanda Loulaki was born in Crete. In 1990 she received a BA in Education from the University of Crete, Department of Pedagogy and in 2007 she received her MFA in Dance from Hollins University. In 1994 Loulaki was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship and moved to New York City. Loulaki’s choreography has been presented at The Chocolate Factory, The Flea Theater, Danspace Project, La MaMa, Dixon Place, PS 122, Joyce SoHo, Dance New Amsterdam, The Kitchen, Dance Theater Workshop, 11th Biennale of artists of Europe and the Mediterranean (Greece), BucharEast-West International Dance Festival (Romania) the Choreographic Center Archauz (Denmark), and ZVRK Festival (B&H). She was selected for The Barnard Project in 2007 at DTW and was appointed Adjunct Associate Professor at Barnard College of Columbia University during the 2007 fall semester. Loulaki has taught at the American Dance Festival, M.I.T., Dance New Amsterdam and Rutgers -N.J.I.T. Theatre Program. Since 1998, Loulaki has been the Programming Director at Movement Research and programmed the Improvisation Festival NY from 1999-2003. She has also served on panels for Movement Research, Danspace Project, P.S. 1 Museum of Modern Art, Dance Theater Workshop and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. As an advocate of experimentation in dance, Loulaki has been invited to attend conferences and platforms such as IDEE conference (Initiatives in Dance through European Exchange, 3rd and 4th Balkan Dance Platforms, the British Dance Edition, and DunaPart, Hungarian Dance Platform. Loulaki is a member of IETM (International Network for Contemporary Art).

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