Dorm Dance: H.E.R. | Created by Tiffany Rea-Fisher for UC San Diego
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- Virtual Event - Dance
While we may not be able to get together quite yet, we can still unite through dance! “Dorm Dance” is the chance for students to learn a piece of choreography by esteemed professional choreographer, Tiffany Rea-Fisher from their dorm, home, backyard, or wherever they have been staying safe. Students will submit videos of themselves performing the piece which will be then be edited together in order to form UC San Diego’s very own virtual dance company—moving together even while apart! The final video will be live stream premiered to the community on May 27. No prior dance experience necessary, just be prepared to move and have fun!
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About Tiffany Rea-Fisher
TIFFANY REA-FISHER (Artistic Director, EMERGE125 formerly Elisa Monte Dance) subscribes to the servant leadership model and uses disruption through inclusion as a way to influence her company’s culture. In 2018 Tiffany was awarded a citation from the City of New York for her cultural contributions. She has extensive experience in choreographing and curating concert dance. As a choreographer, Tiffany has had the pleasure of creating numerous pieces for the company as well as being commissioned by Dance Theater of Harlem, Dallas Black Dance Theater, NYC Department of Transportation, Utah Repertory Theater, The National Gallery of Art in D.C., and having her work performed for the Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg. Her works have been seen on many stages including the Joyce, the Apollo, Joe’s Pub, Aaron Davis Hall, and New York Live Arts in New York City. As well as being EMD’s Artistic Director Tiffany is also the Co-Founder of Inception to Exhibition a non-profit that provides a holistic arts experience by supplying low cost, high-quality space to artists from a variety of disciplines. She was the first Dance Curator at the interdisciplinary arts organization The Tank where she now sits on their Board of Trustees. Bringing the best of modern dance directly to the public, she curates the Bryant Park Dance Summer Series providing free art access to thousands while exposing upcoming and established artists to a wider audience. Her professional affiliations include being the Vice President of the Stonewall Community Development Corporation, an Advisory Board member of Dance/NYC, COHI member of IABD, and a proud member of Women of Color of the Arts.