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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES ANNETTE LAWRENCE University of North Texas Professor of Art PO Box 3093, Denton, TX 76202 940 484.9021 lawrence@unt.edu SEON JUNG LEE Korean Arts Management Service Staff B1 Daehangno Arts Theater, 1-67 Dongsung-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, N/A 110-809 305-519-6877 sunnyjle@gokams.or.kr MAY LEE-YANG Artist 2124 Magnolia Avenue E, Saint Paul, MN 55119 651-587-1208 may_lee_yang@hotmail.com BEN LEVINE Dance Place Theater Manager/Technical Director 3225 8th St NE, Washington, DC 20017 202-269-1600x20 fax 202-269-4103 benl@danceplace.org STEVE LIGGETT Living Arts of Tulsa, Inc. Artistic Director 307 East Brady Street, Tulsa, OK 74120 (918) 585-1234 fax (918) 585-1234 steve@livingarts.org ABEL LOPEZ GALA Hispanic Theatre Associate Producing Director P.O. Box 43209, Washington, DC 20010 (202) 234-7174 fax (202) 332-1247 abel@galatheatre.org REEVE LOVE National Hispanic Cultural Center Performing Arts Director 1701 Fourth Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 505-246-2261, x136 fax 505-246-2613 reeve.love@state.nm.us ARIEL LUCKEY The Free Land Project Artistic Director 1045 65th St., Oakland, CA 94608 510-287-6406 skylight@arielluckey.com Annette Lawrence is a visual artist who has been based in Texas since 1990. Her work is generally related to text and information, often in response to physical space and time. The work is grounded in autobiography, counting, and the measurement of everyday life. Her subjects of inquiry range from body cycles, to ancestor portraits, music lessons, and unsolicited mail. Lawrence‟s string installations are a response to architecture as monumental text. The string presents a visual lightness, balanced by the substantial physicality and scale of the work. References to lattice, woven vessels, suspension bridges, and musical instruments often emerge. Lawrence currently lives and works in Denton, Texas and is a Professor of Studio Art at the University of North Texas, College of Arts and Design 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. May Lee-Yang is a playwright, poet, prose writer, and performance artist aspiring to get paid for it. Her theaterbased works include Confessions of a Lazy Hmong Woman, Sia(b) Ten Reasons Why I‟d Be a Bad Porn Star, Stir-Fried Pop Culture, and The Child‟s House. She has received grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the National Performance Network, the Midwestern Voices and Visions Residency Award, the Playwright Center, and the Loft Literary Center. She has a B.A. in English from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. www.lazyhmongwoman.com. Artistic Director of Living Arts of Tulsa for 18 years, Steve is also an installation artists ans many times used video projection and performance as elements in his own work. He also is the proud owner of a new Vespa and enjoys the way the wind feels as it blows through his long hair. Reeve Love has been Performing Arts Director for the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM, since 1999, designing and administering the performing arts component of the largest, most comprehensive Hispanic cultural facility in the US. Since the inaugural opening of the NHCC in October 2000, its performing arts program has presented over 300 performances and events. Love has a background in non-profit arts administration, presenting, production, and performance, as well as arts education. She holds a B.A. in English, an M.A. in Radio/Television/Film, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction in Multicultural Teacher Education, with a minor in Latin American studies. The research and field work for her dissertation were done in Indian communities in rural Oaxaca, Mexico. Ariel Luckey is a poet, actor, and playwright whose performance and community work dances in the crossroads of education, art, and activism. Named a “Visionary” by the Utne Reader, Ariel seamlessly weaves storytelling, spoken word poetry, dance, acting, and hip hop music in compelling narratives of personal and political transformation. Ariel‟s hip hop theater show, Free Land, and his first book of poetry and lyrics, Searching for White Folk Soul, have inspired and informed audiences at theaters, conferences, community centers, and classrooms across the country. Ariel sees his community work in the world as an extension of his most precious and important work as father to his two sons. Attendees • Page 22 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES MARY LUFT Tigertail Productions, Inc. Executive Director 842 NW 9th Court, Miami, FL 33136 (305) 324-4337 fax 305 545 8546 mluft@tigertail.org GEORGE LUGG REDCAT/Roy and Edna Disney, CalArts Theater Associate Director 631 W. 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 213-237-2814 fax 213-237-2811 george.lugg@calarts.edu ARNIE MALINA Flynn Center for the Performing Arts Chief Programming Officer/Artistic Director 111 Foster Street, Burlington, VT 05401 802-652-4503 fax 802-863-8788 amalina@flynncenter.org JOHN MALPEDE Los Angeles Poverty Department Founder , director P.O. Box 26190, Los Angeles, CA 90026 310 259 1038 fax 213 413 1077 jmalfoot@aol.com JEANNE MAM-LUFT Contemporary Dance Theater, Inc. Assistant Director 1805 Larch Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45224-2928 (513) 591-2557 fax 513 281-6450 jeanne@cdt-dance.org JEMA MARCHI Dance Umbrella Board Member P.O. Box 1323, Austin, TX 78767 (512) 450-0456 jemamarchi@yahoo.com SOLANGE MARIEL 10171 robin hill lane, dallas, TX 75238 214 505 2886 solmariel@hotmail.com MARION MARSHALL AbsolutelyBlooming! Creative Director 1409 South Lamar Street, No. 002``, Dallas, TX 75215 214 4266360 fax 214 4266368 marion_absolutelyblooming@yahoo.com George Lugg, Associate Director of the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), has been working in the field of contemporary performance since 1991. At REDCAT he oversees the implimentation of a diverse array of multidisciplinary programming, serves on the curatorial team for dance and theater, coordinates an ongoing series for new works and works-in-progress, and produces the annual New Original Works Festival. He has served as a member of the U.S. curatorial team for the National Performance Network‟s Performing Americas Project, and on artistic juries and panels for Creative Capital Foundation, United States Artists, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, and Santa Monica Arts Commission, among others. John Malpede, directs, performs and engineers multi-event arts projects that have theatrical, installation, public art and education components. In 1985, Malpede founded and continues to direct the Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD). Malpede has produced projects working with communities throughout the US and in the UK, France, The Netherlands, Belgium and Bolivia. Malpede has received a Bessie Creation Award, Adeline Kent Award, Durfee Sabbatical Grant, Individual artist fellowships from NYSCA, NEA, CAC, LAs' COLA, California Community Foundation's Visual Artist Fellowship, 2008-9 fellow at MIT's Center for Advanced Visual Studies and numerous project grants. Attendees • Page 23 of 42

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