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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES NICOLE GARNEAU Columbia College Chicago Faculty, Cultural Studies 1548 W. Pratt, Chicago, IL 60626 773-879-1492 LIZA GARZA MRP Inc. Artistic Representative P.O. Box 5163, Capitol Heights, MD 20791 3013500092 fax 3013500092 ELIZABETH GEIGER CORE Performance Company Tour Development P.O. Box 2045, Decatur, GA 30031-2045 404 373 4154 fax 866 202 9156 DANIELLE GEORGIOU University of Texas at Arlington/UTA Dance Ensemble/Multitudes Dance Theatre Artistic Director/Choreographer 5200 Keller Springs Road #1334, Dallas, TX 75248 214 3169627 fax 214 3169627 ALEKZANDER GERARD University of Texas at Arlington/UTA Dance Ensemble/Multitudes Dance Theatre Roam 5200 Keller Springs Road #1334, Dallas, TX 75248 214-918-0204 MICHELLE GIBSON Exhibit Dance Collective/ South Dallas Cultural Center Choreographer, Instructor,Performing Artist 4917 Valley Ridge Dr, #2037, Iriving, TX 75062 504-610-5631 SANDRA GIBSON Association of Performing Arts Presenters President & CEO 1211 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036 2028332787 fax 2028331543 I am a Chicago-based interdisciplinary performing artist. Since 1995, I have worked closely with Insight Arts, an arts organization that is dedicated to increasing access to cultural work that promotes social justice and defends human rights. I currently serve on the Board of Directors of the National Performance Network and on the Executive Committee of Alternate ROOTS. I am also an Advisor to the publication AREA: Chicago Art, Research, Education, and Activism. I am a research assistant for The MacArthur Foundation, teach cultural theory and race theory at Columbia College Chicago, and teach feminist performance studies at DePaul University. Elizabeth has been working as a performing arts manager since 1985. In addition to spending two years at Dance Theater Workshop as the Project Coordinator, Inter/National Projects for the NPN and Suitcase Fund, she is proud to have been a part of Manhattan Theatre Club, P.S. 122, The Joyce Theater, Feld Ballets/NY, Lincoln Center Festival and Lisa Booth Management in New York; she recently moved to Atlanta and is grateful to have found her place in the South at CORE Performance Company. She is happy to be reconnecting to the NPN. Danielle Georgiou is a Ph.D. candidate in Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas. Her video work explores the relationship between dance and the camera, while playing with abstractions of traditional narratives. She is interested in the effect capturing movement has on memory and emotion, and how dance can translate a musical score. Danielle is the Assistant Director of the UTA Dance Ensemble, a guest choreographer for the UT Dallas Dance Ensemble, and dances professionally with Muscle Memory Dance Theatre. She is an Arts Commentator for KERA‟s Art&Seek, Art+Culture DFW Magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. Choreographer, Instructor, Performing Artist. New Orleans native. Graduate of New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. Received BFA in Dance from Tulane University. MFA Candidate in Dance / Performance Studies from Hollins University/ American Dance Festival. Faculty member with the American Dance Festival Summer Intensive.Fine Arts Dance teacher with Dallas Independent School District. Sandra L. Gibson has served as the President & CEO of Arts Presenters since July 2000. In that time Gibson has been instrumental in positioning the association to take a leadership role in advancing the field of performing arts presenting. Gibson‟s nearly 30 years of experience in the arts management, cultural programming and presenting include the Department of the Arts at UCLA Extension, the American Film Institute (AFI), Director, Independent Filmmaker and Distribution Program, an NEA re-granting program, and Executive Director of the Public Corporation for the Arts, the Long Beach Regional Arts Council and an appointment to UNESCO. Immediately prior to joining Arts Presenters, Gibson served as Executive Vice President and COO at Americans for the Arts. Attendees • Page 14 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES TAMMY GOMEZ Sound Culture 1323 Seventh Avenue - rear apt., Fort Worth, TX 76104 817.924.9188 AIN GORDON Pick Up Performance Co(S.) Co-Director Algonquin 175 Prospect Park SW Apt 2A, Brooklyn, NY 11219 212 244 7622 fax n/a ROSIE GORDON-WALLACE Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubation Founding Exc. Director 3938 N. Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127 305-573-4046 fax (305) 573-7576 PAT GRANEY Pat Graney Company Executive Director 925 E. Thomas, Suite B, Seattle, WA 98102 (206) 329-3705 fax (206) 320-6646 EMILY GRAY Fractured Atlas Program Director, Liability Insurance 248 W 35th St, Floor 10, New York, NY 10001 212/277-8020 DAZIÉ GREGO Pomo Afro Homos 76 Santa Marina Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 4159028047 SARAH GUERRA La Peña Cultural Center Programmer 3105 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94705 (510) 849-2568 fax (510) 849-9397 TOM GURALNICK Outpost Productions, Inc. Executive Director PO Box 4543, Albuquerque, NM 87196 (505) 268-0044 fax (505) 268-4481 Tammy Gomez is profiled in LAS TEJANAS: 300 YEARS OF HISTORY (UT Press), and is featured in “Voices from Texas,” a PBS documentary about Tejano/a poets. She has received grants from Humanities Texas, NALAC, the Ford Foundation, Moonifest, and Puffin Foundation. Tammy was a Bridge resident artist at Headlands Center for the Arts, and is a Creative Capital award finalist. She received an Austin Chronicle Critic‟s Choice Award, dubbing her “Best In-Your-Face Poet (in Two Languages, No Less)” in 1994. She is an inaugural artist on the United States Artists' USA Projects website, launched in December 2010. Her play "She: Bike/Spoke/Love" premiered on World Car Free Day 2007, and her one-woman show, “Saliendo Abierta”--about being trapped in a closet for 3 days--had a 4-night run in 2010. Ain Gordon is a three-time Obie winning writer/director/actor, a two-time NYFA recipient and a Guggenheim Fellow in Playwriting. Commissioned/produced/presented by Soho Rep, NYTW, DTW, 651 ARTS, PS 122, the Public, HERE, and Kitchen Theatre (all NY); The Mark Taper (CA), George Street Playhouse (NJ), Krannert Center (IL), DiverseWorks (TX), Jacob‟s Pillow (MA), LexArts (KY), Baltimore Museum of Art (MD), Dance Place (DC), North 4th Arts Center (NM) plus collaborations with Bebe Miller at Wexner (OH), Helena Presents (MT), and Bates (ME). Gordon is a Core Writer at Playwrights‟ Center (MN), CCR Artist-in-Residence, and Co-Director of Pick Up Performance Co(s). Rosie Gordon-Wallace is Founder, Curator and Exc Director of Diaspora Vibe Gallery and Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator. Since 1996, Gordon-Wallace has initiated and produced transnational creative programs that redefine concepts of “diaspora” including the International Cultural Exchange program, the Caribbean Crossroads Series, the Artist-In-Residence program, an ongoing contemporary exhibitions program, and numerous community-based outreach projects. One might never have guessed that this licensed Medical Microbiologist and former Senior Consultant for Searle Pharmaceuticals from 1981 -1999 is now the founder and senior curator of Diaspora Vibe Gallery, one of the most talked about art galleries in the Miami-Dade and the Caribbean. Pat Graney is a Seattle-based Artist working in a variety of mediums; visual, performance & writing. The Pat Graney Company creates, performs and tour new performance works and conducts arts-based educational programming for incarcerated women and female ex-offenders in Washington State. Sarah Guerra is a native Tejana living in California since 2001. She has been involved in the arts since 1992 and has worked with various theatre companies in San Antonio, Tejas, most notably the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Jump-Start Performance Co., and The Epseranza Peace and Justice Center. From 2001-2004 Sarah dedicated her time and energy to El Teatro Campesino as their resident stage manager and production manager. Currently she is the program director for La Peña Cultural Center. Sarah has dedicated her life to the arts as education and as a tool for political and social justice. Tom Guralnick founded Outpost Productions in 1988 and has served as the organization‟s Executive Director ever since. He has served on numerous other non-profit Boards since moving to New Mexico from Boston in 1976. He is a founding member of the Western Jazz Presenters Network currently serving as that organization‟s Board President and is also active in the New Mexico Presenters Alliance. Until 2000, for 25 years, he recorded and toured internationally playing his own music for saxophones and invented woodwinds as well as with his trio, the TG3. Attendees • Page 15 of 42

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