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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES EUN-A IM Korean Arts Management Service Staff B1 Daehangno Arts Theater, 1-67 Dongsung-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, N/A 110-809 305-519-6877 SHALONDA INGRAM Dance Theater Workshop Producer 219 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011 (212) 691-6500 x222 fax 2126331974 SHINICHI IOVA-KOGA inkBoat Artistic Director 351 Shotwell Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110 415-992-7705 GAYLE ISA Asian Arts Initiative Executive Director 4819 Beaumont Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143-3407 215-557-0455 fax 215-557-9531 MARIA-ROSARIO JACKSON Urban Institute Director for Arts, Culture & Community 2100 M Street NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20012 202.5689 GREGORY JACKSON Lasso the Moon, Inc. Production Manager 2048 NE 180th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33162 305.333.1303 JEFFERSON JAMES Contemporary Dance Theater, Inc. Artistic & Executive Director 1805 Larch Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45224-2928 (513) 591-2557 fax (513) 281-6450 KAREN JANTSCH The Long Center for the Performing Arts Programming Manager P.O. Box 301449, Austin, TX 78703 (515) 457-5120 fax 512.457.5110 Korea Arts Management Service(KAMS) was established in January 2006 as a non-profit, public foundation for the development of Korean performing arts. With support from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, KAMS offers multi-faceted assistance that aims to bolster the sustainability of arts groups and organizations, while strengthening their competitive advantages by developing diverse and effective support systems for more efficient arts management. KAMS enables performing arts companies in Korea to broaden their horizons and presence by evaluating their management strategy, offering consulting services, and expanding their market capability through innovative distribution networks in domestic and overseas markets. Shalonda Ingram is a strategist, producer, and social entrepreneur committed to transforming the planet via proactivism and sociopolitical change through community empowerment, youth, and arts engagement. Ingram is the Producer at Dance Theater Workshop, and sits on various arts funding councils including the City of Oakland‟s Funding Advisory Board and the Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Regrant Program. Her Nursha Project launched Born Brown: All Rights Reserved®, and Queer Art Impact. She co-developed the Microloan and Worker Cooperative: A Strategy for Youth Enterprise Development in 2005. Recently, she was nominated for the Eli Segal Award and the New York Innovative Theater Award for the production, Where My Girls At?. Shinichi examines, dissects and intentionally blurs the line between various media to uproot and communicate stories contained within the body. He founded inkBoat in 1998. Shinichi has engaged in long term and extensive work with Yuko Kaseki, Cassie Terman, Yumiko Yoshioka, Do Theatre and others (most recently working with Ko Murobushi). Shinichi and KT Nelson are co-choreographers of a new work for ODC Dance Company premiering in March 2011. In November 2011, he and Dohee Lee are featured in a new inkBoat production. Many thanks to his teachers Hiroko Tamano, Yukihiro Goto, Ruth Zaporah, Yumiko Yoshioka and Anna Halprin. Shinichi is currently an Artist in Residence at ODC Theater, SF and is the father to Zoë and husband to Dana. 37 plus years in the field and with Contemporary Dance Theater, doing what I love (well most of the time). I'm delighted to be at NPN's 25th anniversary meeting. It's been fun and hard work. I don't think my passion or NPN's has faded in those years. Organizations have changed, the people, some of them have changed and some haven't, but it's been a progression for all of us and one that's uphill but very rewarding. Here's to 25 more! At least ! Attendees • Page 18 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES JOHN JASPERSE John Jasperse Company Artistic Director 140 Second Ave, #501, New york, NY 10003 212-375-8283 fax 212-375-8283 YOUNG-CHEOL JI Incheon Art Platform - Incheon, Korea Producer 10-1 Haean-dong 1ga, Jung-gu, Incheon, N/A 00000 305-519-6877 SEONG JOO JOH LIG Art Hall - Seoul, Korea Artistic Director 649-11 LIG Tower, Yeoksam-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul, N/A 135-550 305-519-6877 MILLICENT JOHNNIE Millicent Johnnie & Company and Universes Poetry Theatre, Inc. Choreographer- "Ameriville" (Universes Poetry Theater, Inc.) 2400 S. Ervay Street #409, Dallas, TX 75215 404-435-5051 EMILY JOHNSON Emily Johnson/Catalyst Director PO BOX 18262, Minneapolis, MN 55418 612 TERRANCE JOHNSON Exhibit Dance Collective 3400 S Fitzhugh Ave, Dallas, TX 75210 225-636-7298 ROSEMARY JOHNSON Alabama Dance Council Executive Director P.O. Box 2126, Birmingham, AL 35201 (205) 602-3599 fax 205-322-4444 RHODESSA JONES Cultural Odyssey Co-Artistic Director P.O. Box 156680, San Francisco, CA 94115 (415) 292-1850 fax (415) 346-9163 John Jasperse, Artistic Director of the NYC-based John Jasperse Company, has created thirteen evening-length works and several short works for the company. Jasperse's work has been presented in throughout the U.S. and Europe and in Brazil, Chile, Israel, Japan. Jasperse has created commissioned works for Baryshnikov's White Oak Dance Project, Batsheva Dance Company, and Lyon Opera Ballet, among others. He has received a "Bessie" Award and fellowships from Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, Tides Foundation's Lambent Fellowship in the Arts, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts and New York Foundation for the Arts. Incheon Art Platform(IAP) is a multiplex cultural arts center created by Incheon Metropolitan City, which purchased historic buildings from the Open Port Era in the Haean-dong area as part of its old downtown revitalization project. Run by the Incheon Foundation for Arts and Culture, the IAP aims to serve as an incubator for new arts creation through supporting artists and researchers of various genres with its residency program at its core. Incheon Art Platform presents exhibitions, performances and education programs in association with its artist-in-residency program. LIG Art Hall run by LIG Arts Foundation was established in 2006 in the centre of business district in Seoul, Korea, with commitments to support young and promising artists. Equipped with a 170 seat black box stage and a multipurpose rehearsal room, LIG Art Hall keeps introducing creative programs delivering various cultural forms and values through contemporary performing arts as well as serving as a cultural and inter-regional bridge. Main activities of this venue are 'supporting performance productions and international exchanges' by commissioning and presenting the works of emerging artists and also assisting local & oversea artists' mutual exchange through as collaborative studies and performances. Millicent has served as a choreographer for the New York City Opera/ Parable of the Sower workshop, U.S. Cultural Ambassadors of Music- Universes Poetry Theatre/ Amerville, The Krannert Performance Arts Center/The Hip Hop Project, Grammy Award Winner Bill Summers/ Los Hombres Caliente and notable directors Peter Sellars, Rhodessa Jones and Chey Yew to name a few. Native of Lafayette, Louisiana received both her BFA and MFA in Dance at the Florida State University. Ms. Johnnie currently teaches on the dance faculty at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. She served on the dance faculty at Tulane University and Dillard University located in New Orleans, Louisiana after touring as resident choreographer and rehearsal director of the Urban Bush Women in New York City. Emily Johnson is a director/choreographer/curator, originally from Alaska and currently based in Minneapolis. Since 1998 she has created work about the experience of sensing AND seeing performance. Her dances often function as installations, engaging audiences within and through a space and environment – sights, sounds, smells – as well as a place's architecture, history, and role in community. Her work, The Thank-you Bar, is touring through 2011 to the TBA Festival at Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, The Dance Center at Columbia College, Northrop Auditorium, DiverseWorks, ODC Theater, Vermont Performance Lab, and Dance Theater Workshop. Her next work, Niicugni, is in development. Terrance M. Johnson brings much life, energy, and passion to the art of dance from Alexandria, LA. Terrance is a graduate of Southern University A&M College at Baton Rouge, LA where he received a Bachelor‟s of Science in Marketing. He received his dance training from the Dallas Black Dance Academy, the official school of the Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Terrance recently studied in the professional training program at Deeply Rooted Dance Theater in Chicago, IL. He is a former member and rehearsal director of Exhibit Dance Collective under the artistic direction of Michelle Gibson. Terrance is currently a member of Dallas Black Dance Theatre II under the direction of Nycole Ray. Dr. Rosemary Johnson is Executive Director of the Alabama Dance Council, a statewide dance service organization working in partnership with the Alabama State Council on the Arts. Dr. Johnson has an 18-year history as a presenter – 10 years as a multidisciplinary presenter and 8 years as a dance presenter and producer of the Alabama Dance Festival. She is currently serving as the lead consultant/facilitator for the Southern Arts Federation's (now South Arts) Dance Touring Initiative, a three-year program offering professional development and block-booking opportunities to dance presenters in the Southeast. Rhodessa Jones is Co-Artistic Director of the San Francisco acclaimed performance company Cultural Odyssey. She is an actress, teacher, singer, and writer. Ms. Jones is also the Founder and Director of the award winning Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women, which is a performance workshop that is designed to achieve personal and social transformation with incarcerated women. In July 2010 Ms. Jones directed a full-length theater production with female inmates inside the Johannesburg Correctional Services Prison and at the State Theater of South Africa hosted by the Urban Voices Festival. In September 2009 Ms. Jones traveled to Moscow, Russia as a part of the U.S. Department of State Speaker‟s Program. Attendees • Page 19 of 42

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