Angie Pittman

Angie Pittman, photo by Jessie Young

Sequined Kisses… engages classic feelings and states like love and joy in a personal ode to resiliency and brokenness.  The work presents the body not as whole but as a form that is kaleidoscopically changing and ever shifting.

Angie Pittman is a dance artist, educator, and choreographer. She has had the pleasure of dancing in works by Ralph Lemon, Jennifer Lacey and Wally Cordona, Tere O’Connor, Jennifer Monson, C. Kemal Nance, Johanna S. Meyer, Rachel Thorne Germond and others. Angie most recently performed her solo work, Ballads, at The BlakTinX Performance Series at BAAD!, Movement Research at Judson Church, Triskelion Arts, and STooPS. She holds an MFA in Dance and Choreography from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a graduate minor in African American Studies and a BA in Dance from Old Dominion University. She was a 2015 DanceWEB scholar for Impulstanz Dance Festival in Vienna, Austria and is a 2016 Artist-in-Residence with Movement Research. Angie’s work resides in a space that investigates how her body moves through ballad, groove, sparkle, spirit, spirituals, ancestry, vulnerability, and power.

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