choreography/performance Dianne McIntyre
direction Celia Ipiotis
camera Celia Ipiotis/ Jeff Bush
sound Dianne McIntyre
from "The Videodance Project: Volume One"
produced with partial support from the National Endowment for the Arts
DIANNE McINTYRE (diannemcintyre.com) Acclaimed dance artist, Dianne McIntyre is known for her work in modern dance, as well as in theatre - Broadway, London and regional theater. Her work appears in the feature film, Beloved and the award-winning HBO movie Miss Evers' Boys for which McIntyre received an Emmy nomination. Other choreography for television includes "Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper" and "for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf".
CELIA IPIOTIS (eyeondance.org) is the creator, producer, and moderator of the nationally recognized culture series EYE ON DANCE & The Arts and EYE ON THE ARTS. Publicly singled out for her expertise in television and the arts, Ms. Ipiotis has served on university dance faculties, participated on international and national arts selection panels, functioned as advisor for WNET's "Dance In America Series," led panels and forums on arts issues and moderated conversations on the artistic process for major cultural institutions. Arts commentary by Ms. Ipiotis appears weekly on "EYE ON THE ARTS" and in print and internet publications. Ms. Ipiotis began her professional career as a ballet and modern dancer and choreographer. She became intrigued with the creative potential inherent in the mixing of video and dance while completing a BFA in DANCE at Ohio State University and MA in Media Studies at New School for Social Research. The recipient of choreographic fellowships, she performed with the Dayton Ballet, founded and directed the Living Arts Dance Company and held numerous artist-in-residence positions in school districts throughout the United States.