Choreographic Commission: LOUD BODIES
This Spring, I am collaborating on a new work with Maria Blanco and Yariana Boralt Torres of LOUD BODIES. Our first in-process showing will be at the Chicago Cultural Center as part of my upcoming Chicago Dance Month residency at the end of April sponsored by SeeChicagoDance. Stay tuned for more info!
2018 Jack Mezirow Living Theory of Transformative Learning Award Given to Alyssa Motter and Collaborator Cheryl Baldwin
We were grateful to have the opportunity to present our paper A Model of Dialogic Embodiment: Transformative Autoethnographic Dance at the 2018 International Transformative Learning Conference at Columbia University on November 9. We were even more grateful and honored to have received the Jack Mezirow Living Theory of Transformative Learning Award, which is given to papers that make an outstanding contribution to the understanding of transformative learning theory, research, and practice.
Workshop at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
We are grateful to the students and faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts Dance Department for their invitation and participation in our November 2018 workshop.
Alyssa Motter Presents at the 2018 National Dance Educators Organization Conference
We presented among an inspiring and inspired group of dance educators at the 2018 National Dance Educators Organization Conference on October 3 in San Diego, CA.
Modus Ponens at Milwaukee Fringe Festival 2018
We were grateful to be able to tour our work Modus Ponens to Milwaukee this August to engage with audiences at the Milwaukee Fringe Festival.
Alyssa Motter Presents Work at Chicago SummerDance in Millennium Park
Summer in Chicago is a joyous time of the year. It is even more enjoyable when you are dancing outside with hundreds of your closest friends. We were ecstatic about participating in this year’s SummerDance Festival in Millennium Park produced by SeeChicagoDance.