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A.T. Moffett is a dance artist and educator based in WIlmington, DE. She has taught at the University of Delaware and Winona State University (MN.) In addition to university concerts and residencies, A.T.’s choreography has recently been presented at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, The Grand Opera House, DuPont Environmental Education Center, and Triskelion Arts NYC.  She currently serves as Associate Artistic Director of Same Stories, Different Countries, an interdisciplinary arts-based research project and performance exploring historical and contemporary issues of racial oppression in the U.S and South Africa. Her research on dance and learning is published in The Journal of Dance Education.  Titles include “Higher Order Thinking in the Dance Studio” and “Transitioning From School to Career: I’ve Got My MFA… Now What?”  She has supported the dance education community by leading professional development workshops in Dance-Integration, serving on the writing team to revise dance assessments for the DE Department of Education, and working as a reviewer for the Journal of Dance Education. Collaborative interests have led to co-founding TRANSForm Dance Collective and ongoing creative projects blending dance and other art forms. As a performer, A.T. danced professionally with Myra Bazell, Tania Isaac Dance, Stephan Koplowitz, Mary Anthony, Donald McKayle, and the Sokolow Dance Foundation.  She holds an MFA from the University of Oregon and a BA from Radford University.

A.T. Moffett
251 Plymouth Rd
Wilmington, DE 19803
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Arts Services: Commissioned Work, Lectures / Public Speaking, Master Classes, Performances, Workshops
Audience Served: Preschool, Kindergarten to 5th Grade, 6th to 8th Grade, 9th to 12th Grade, Adult
Availability: Regional (throughout Mid-Atlantic region), Year-round
Fees: Workshops/Master Classes/Public Speaking: $100 Performances and residencies: Sliding scale based on the event date and venue
Performance/Exhibit Venues: Community sites (e.g., libraries, senior centers, religious facilities), Festivals, Outdoor stages, Schools
Performance/Exhibit Requirements: flexible

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