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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES JUANA GUZMAN National Museum of Mexican Art Vice-President 4000 N. Clarendon Avenue, Chicago, IL 60608 312-433-3906 fax 312-738-9740 guzman@nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org DAYNA HANSON Dayna Hanson Director 915 31st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 206 850 3613 dh@daynahanson.com MATTHEW HARDY Jane Comfort and Company Artist 55 N. Moore St., New York, NY 10013 9179025581 matt@matthewhardy.org THEODORE HARRIS Institute for Advanced Study in Black Aesthetics Founding director 64 West Penn Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144 215-519-2373 artasaweapon@aol.com ANGIE HAUSER Chris Aiken and Angie Hauser Co-Director Ursinus College PO Box 1000, Collegeville, PA 19426 610-425-7674 angiehauser3@earthlink.net ANGELLE HEBERT tEEth Choreographer 64 NE Farragut St., Portland, OR 97211 503-774-0997 angellekraft@comcast.net DENISE HELBING Dallas Museum of Art Manager of Partner Programs 1717 N. Harwood St., Dallas, TX 75201 214-922-1352 dhelbing@dallasmuseumofart.org CHARLES HELM Wexner Center for the Arts Director, Performing Arts The Ohio State University 1871 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43210-1393 (614) 292-5785 fax 614-292-7824 chelm@wexarts.org Juana Guzman is a native Chicagoan and has been an arts administrator and activist for over 30 years. She is currently the Vice-President of the National Museum of the Mexican Art (NMMA) since 1999. The NMMA is the largest Latino arts institution in the nation. Prior to her position with the NMMA, Ms Guzman was a Director for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs (CDCA where she served for twenty years. Her work at the CDCA including managing grants programs for artists and non profit arts organizations, creation of the Chicago Neighborhood Tours, and securing $8.1 million dollars from the Chicago Empowerment Zone funds for the support of cultural facilities in Chicago's neighborhoods. She is also the CEO of her own company "Economic Connections/IJuanaKnow." Dayna Hanson is a Seattle-based choreographer and multi-disciplinary artist who has been creating dance, performance and film for more than twenty years. Dayna was co-artistic director of internationally touring dance theater company 33 Fainting Spells from 1994-2006. Her current project is a dance-driven rock musical entitled Gloria‟s Cause created with collaborators Dave Proscia and Peggy Piacenza. Matthew Hardy hails from Houston, TX. Matthew is a graduate of the William Esper Acting Studio and a member of The BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop. Since moving to New York in 2002, Matthew has toured nationally with the Broadway production of Fosse, created and performed his own cabaret act entitled Songs for the Dysfunctional, and originated many roles in the New York independent theater scene. Matthew was included among 21 other New York actors in Backstage West's "2007 Performances to Remember" for his performance as Froyim in Fritz & Froyim off-broadway. Matthew has written the book and lyrics for the musical short The Rubberers, the new musical comedy Flambé Dreams, and is currently working on The Eight Million, a musical based on the works of O. Henry. www.matthewhardy.org Angie Hauser is a dancemaker, performer and teacher. Since 2000, Angie has been a member of the Bebe Miller Company, receiving a BESSIE Award for Creation and Choreography in 2006 for her work with the company. She, and collaborator Chris Aiken, have presented their dance works in the U.S. and Europe. In 2006 the duo received an NPN Commissioning Fund Grant for the creation of their evening length work “Dwell.” She has also made dances in collaboration with Kirstie Simpson, K.J. Holmes, Darrell Jones, Andrew Harwood and Kathleen Hermesdorf. She has danced with the companies of Elizabeth Streb, Liz Lerman and Poppo Shiriashi. Angelle Hebert is a Portland based choreographer and Co-Artistic Director of Contemporary Dance/Performance Art Company tEEth founded in 2006. Along with Co-Director, composer Phillip Kraft, tEEth has created over 13 original works and toured nationally to Seattle, New York City, Austin, and New Orleans. Their work is generated through a deeply collaborative process exploring the body‟s limitless expression through motion and sound. Approaching the body with a singular eye for life‟s beauty and, often, grotesque absurdity, tEEth serves a poignant and uncompromising glimpse of humanity through sensory-rich movement, performance art and original music. Attendees • Page 16 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES ERIC HENDRICKSON MRP Inc. Lead Deckhand/Flyman/Production Asst. P.O. Box 5163, Capitol Heights, MD 20791 3013500092 fax 3013500092 m.rproductions@mason-rhynes.org CLAYTON HENRY Dallas Cultural Affairs Commission 9322 Moss Trail, Dallas, TX 75231 214-914-9332 claytonhenry@mac.com F. JOHN HERBERT Legion Arts Executive Director 1103 Third Street SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 (319) 364-1580 fax 319/362-9156 john@legionarts.org DAVID HERMAN Preservation LINK Creative Director 1402 Corinth St. Suite 124, Dallas, TX 75215 214.293.5352 daveherman@sbcglobal.net KATIE HERRON ROBB Pangea World Theater Office Manager/Ensemble Member 711 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55408 (612) 822-0015 fax (612) 821-1070 katie@pangeaworldtheater.org CLARA HINOJOSA The Mexico Institute Founding Director University of Texas at Dallas 800 W. Campbell Rd. J031, Richardson, TX 75080 972 238-0106 fax 972 238-1241 clarahinojosa@themexicoinstitute.org HEIDI HOWARD 7 Stages Ed Director / Prod Manager 1105 Euclid Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307 (404) 522-8602 fax (404) 522-0913 heidi@7stages.org JENNY HOWELL National Performance Network Program Assistant - Convenings P.O. Box 56698, New Orleans, LA 70156 (504) 595-8008 jenny@npnweb.org F. John Herbert is co-founder and executive director of Legion Arts, an Iowa nonprofit dedicated to contemporary artists, community development, and cultural diversity. Based at CSPS, a renovated Czech social hall in downtown Cedar Rapids, Legion Arts maintains vigorous presenting programs in the visual and performing arts. Katie has worked artistically and administratively with Pangea World Theater for over ten years. She is a performing ensemble member at Pangea and is currently creating a solo performance, Solo Flight, with Meena Natarajan, inspired by the pioneering female aviators of the early 1900s. Heidi S Howard is 7 Stages' Education Director and Production Manager. Now in her 11th season, her favorites include If the Art Fits YC 07, A Piece of Ground YC10, A Bird of Prey, Maria Kizito. And HAIR She has toured throughout the USA as well as to Belgrade, Serbia and to Shanghai, China. She directs 7 Stages' Youth Creates, which just completed its eighth year of production. She is an Artistic Associate to Synchronicity. She has studied directing with the Lincoln Center Director‟s Lab and at the DAH Laboratory International Training Program. She received the 2007 TCG Observership and the TCG Future Collaborations grant to return to The Netherlands in 2008. She just returned from Serbia on the TCG International Travel Grant to continue development on a new project with DAH Teatar. Attendees • Page 17 of 42

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