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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES BEN CAMERON Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Program Director for the Arts Office of Grants Administration 650 Fifth Avenue, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10019 (212) 974-7109 OCTAVIO CAMPOS Camposition--Hybrid/Theater/Works Artistic Director 247 SW 3rd Avenue Suite 201, Miami, FL 33010 786-399-7375 CORA CARDONA Teatro Dallas Founder, Artistic Director 1331 Record Crossing, Dallas, TX 75235 214-689-6492 AMY CARON Independent Artist 555 South 200 East #518, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 (801) 815-9339 RACHEL CARRICO NPN & Goat in the Road Productions Doctoral Candidate, University of California, Riverside 3246 Mulberry St., Riverside, CA 92501 618-420-0979 TEO CASTELLANOS Teo Castellanos D-Projects Artistic Director PO BOX 557845, Miami, FL 33255 786 271 2076 JANE CASTILLO 321 South Doheny Drive #5, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (310) 859-3417 YOLANDA CESTA CURSACH Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Associate Director, Performance Programs 220 east Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611 312.397.3843 fax 312.397.3893 Octavio Campos is a trans disciplinary artist from Miami. He studied dance and composition at SUNY Purchase and the Folkwang Tanzstudio of Pina Bausch. He has collaborated with countless dance, theater and music luminaries: Robert Wilson, Birgitta Trommler, Philip Glass, William Buroughs, Tom Waits, Jorge Guerra, and Vivienne Newport. He is the recipient of the Dance Miami Choreographers Fellowship in 2005 & 2009 and the Florida Arts Interdisciplinary Fellowship for 2009. Upon his return to Miami from an extensive performance career in Europe, Russia and South America, Campos founded the interdisciplinary performance organization, Camposition, and a professor of movement studies at the New World School of the Arts. Cora Cardona graduated from Mexico‟s National Institute of Fine Arts. She studied and worked with Alejandro Jodorowsky. In Texas, she worked and studied children‟s theatre with Alice Wilson. She founded Teatro Dallas in 1985 and has since directed most of Teatro's productions. She developed the skills of many Latino actors, creating a greater pool of Latin talent, which in the past was inexistent. With the support of the Meadows Foundation, Ms. Cardona introduced the "Days of the Dead” to Dallas in 1986. She produced and appeared in the documentary film "Frida Kahlo: A Ribbon Around a Bomb.” She has commissioned new plays and translations to local and Latin American playwrights. Ms Cardona‟s work represents the US at international theatre festivals. Amy Caron is a performing and visual artist based in Salt Lake City. Her work spans a wide-range of mediums including dance, video, sound, and large-scale installations. Her NPN Creation Fund Project, WAVES OF MU - an installation/performance work connected to neuroscience, continues to tour nationally with a recent Visiting Artist Residency at Duke University in October 2010. She is currently working on an enormous 4,000 sq/ft architectural installation about algae - a commission by the Leonardo Museum set to premiere in spring 2011. A fan of art in all directions at once, Amy is also in the midst of an open-ended durational work exploring commitment that involves her wearing a wedding gown everyday, everywhere she goes. She's quite easy to spot these days - stop and say hello. Rachel Carrico is doctoral student in the Critical Dance Studies department at the University of California, Riverside. Before relocating to California, Rachel was the Program Manager for HOME, New Orleans?, an initiative of National Performance Network, and the founding co-artistic director of Goat in the Road Productions in New Orleans. In August, she and Will Bowling of GRP traveled to Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, to conduct a Creative Exchange residency with Grupo de Teatro Artzenico, made possible by a grant through NPN's Performing Americas Program. Teo Castellanos is an award winning actor/writer/director, and is artistic director of Teo Castellanos D-Projects a dance/theater company influenced by ritual and hip-hop. He has toured his work throughout the U.S., Europe, South America, the Caribbean and China. His solo show NE 2nd Avenue won the Edinburgh Fringe First Award (Scotland) in 2003. He is currently working on a new company piece titled Fat Boy. Teo is a member of Screen Actors Guild and associate member of Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers and is represented in Europe by Universal Arts. Castillo was born in Los Angeles, California to a Colombian immigrant family. Exposed to two cultures simultaneously, her interest in family and cultural history was sparked. Her lineage also includes that of Pilipino, African, Spanish, and Indigenous Colombian which has had a profound influence on her work as an active artist in her community. She attended California State University at Fullerton, graduating in 1993 with a bachelor‟s degree in Art Education. She later earned a Master of Fine Arts from Claremont Graduate University in sculpture. She manipulates materials, maximizing their beauty by presenting them minimally altered yet in no way denying or changing their identity. As an installation artist, she charges space with a poetic elegance. Potently raw, silently strong. Yolanda contributes dance, music, and theater programming with a special interest in new work development residencies by Chicago artists, international cultural exchange residencies, and partnerships for copresentations and tours. She publishes the MCA Stage Program and directs the Artists Up Close series of talks and workshops. She serves on the Board of Links Hall; Executive Council of Bodies of Work, which supports artists with disabilities and the presentation of work about disabilities; Mayor's Office Celtic Fest Advisory Committee; League of Chicago Theaters Access Committee; and volunteers for World Chicago-US State Department International Visitor Leadership Program. She is a panelist for Creative Capital, USArtists International, and Illinois Arts Council and a Judge of Election. Attendees • Page 6 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES MARIO CHACON El Centro Cultural de La Raza, San Diego, California Member, Community Advisory Council 2004 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101 619-733-0980 fax 619-462-1340 EVER CHAVEZ FUNDarte Executive Director 7601 Byron Avenue, Suite 4c, Miami Beach, FL 33141 3053166165 fax 305 8651214 HSUEH-TUNG CHEN Chen Dance Center Artistic Director 70 Mulberry Street, 2nd fl, New York, NY 10013 212-349-0126 fax 212-349-0494 SEONG-UK CHOI Seoul Art Space Mullae - Korea Planning & Administration 30 Mullae-dong 1-Ga, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, N/A 00000 305-519-6877 ANNIE CHOUDHURY MRP Inc. Stage Manager P.O. Box 5163, Capitol Heights, MD 20791 301-602-3070 HEATHER CHRISTIAN Jane Comfort and Company Artist 55 N. Moore St., New York, NY 10013 917.687.8092 STEPHEN CLAPP Dance Place Grants Manager 3225 8th Street NE, Washington, DC 20017 (202) 269-1600 fax 2022694103 PAMELA CLAPP The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Program Director 65 Bleecker Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10012 (212) 387-7555 Mario A. Chacon was born and raised in East Los Angeles, and over the last 30 years has made San Diego California his home. Since the 1980‟s Chacon has served San Diego‟s Centro Cultural de La Raza as a contributing artist, member of the Board of Directors, Chair of Arts Advisory Committee, and currently serves on the Community Advisory Council. He is an artist of deep spiritual and cultural orientation and strives to weave a balance of street wisdom, active decolonization, and a healthy sense of humor into his artistic endeavors. Chacon's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in History and a Master of Science Degree in Education. Chacon has served as Dean of Students at UCSD and San Diego City College and is currently a full time independent artist and educator. H.T. Chen is Artistic Director/Founder of H.T. Chen & Dancers and Chen Dance Center – School and Theater in NYC. As a choreographer, he has created a body of work that gives poetic voice to Asians in America. Chen has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the New York State Governor‟s Awards, the Organization of Chinese Americans - Lifetime Achievement Award, a BESSIES Special Citation, and, the NYC Mayor‟s Award for Arts & Culture. Born in Shanghai, China and raised in Taiwan, H.T. Chen is a graduate of the University of Chinese Culture, The Juilliard School, and New York University's Dept of Dance Professions, where he received his M.A. in Dance Education. Seoul Art Space Project transforms idle and used facilities into art facilities to revitalize the city with arts. Seoul Art Space supports artists with their creative activities and provides the citizens with opportunities for cultural communication and the city with creative vibrancy. Seoul Art Space_Mullae, a creative support center which includes the 'Mullae Arts Village', an artist village that had been formed by artists in the area, was established on January 28, 2010. It is a space for creative activities, which includes the Mullae Arts Village, supports domestic and international artists, and contributes to the revitalization of the city. It aims to become an incubating house for promising artists and global creation space for artistic creation and exchanges. Heather Christian (Laura) is the daughter of a blues musician and a go-go dancer. . She has been seen most recently in Big Dance Theater's The Other Here, in Mac Wellman's 1965UU, and in Taylor Mac's The Lily's Revenge (TimeOut Magazine's best of 2009). She is a core member of Witness Relocation Company and has codevised, performed, and toured many shows internationally with them for six years. She also works with the T.E.A.M, and has been seen with them in "Architecting", and is currently an in-house composer for the T.E.A.M.'s new work Mission Drift. She is primarily a songstress with her ensemble Heather Christian & the Arbornauts, and premiered her multi-media pop symphony "North" at LaMama ETC in 2006. They will release their debut album "Cabinet" in December. Stephen is a Grants Manager with Dance Place and has been with the organization for 7 years. He is also a dancer and Co-Artistic Director of Dance Box Theater and performs and tours off network. He currently serves as NPN's Northeast Regional Desk. Attendees • Page 7 of 42

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