Elizabeth Limons Shea, Director, IU Contemporary Dance Program
Modern Dance Technique, Composition, Choreography, Repertory
Director of Contemporary Dance, Elizabeth Shea has taught and presented work at many venues nationally and internationally. Her choreography has been produced by the American Dance Guild, DUMBO Dance Festival, Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, the Midwest Alternative Regional Dance Festival, World Dance Alliance, the American College Dance Festival Association, Regional Dance America, and for the 13th Bi-Annual Symposium in Arts and Technology. Most recently, her work was shown at the John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center in Washington, D.C., where her newest work Minor Bodies was performed as part of the National College Dance Festival. Liz has additionally served as a guest artist for Dance Kaleidoscope, Eisenhower Dance, Karen Reedy Dance and the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, where the Academy’s Ensemble performed her work in Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv. She is current working on a collaborative film project with composer Jeffrey Hass. Liz has served on the faculty and as a guest artist at many universities, dance companies, and dance schools. She was an Artist-in-Residence for the State of Florida, and in addition to her work in Israel, has also taught for several dance schools in China, and for the past two summers was a guest artist at Dance Italia in Lucca, Italy, teaching her own unique approach to training the nervous system for flexibility and ingenuity. Liz holds a graduate degree in the acquisition of motor skills and performance, and is a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher.
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