IMPACT 2017 has ended
Interactive Multimedia Performing Arts Collaborative Technology 

 is comprised of experienced faculty and technical assistants in dance, music, theatre, visual arts, multimedia, and arts technology. IMPACT consists of a three-week intensive multimedia creative and performance experience culminating in a staged production. This workshop provides an opportunity for students to create new interactive works, as well as to learn digital and multimedia technology. International students have the opportunity to continue to develop their spoken English skills.

NYU Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
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Lisa Naugle

Lisa Naugle is Professor and Chair of the Dance Department in the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at the University of California, Irvine.  Lisa earned her M.F.A. from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, and her Ph.D. in Dance Education from Steinhardt School in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions.  

She is a choreographer, dance improviser and educator and has presented her choreography in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, South and North America. Lisa first articulated the concept and method of  “distributed choreography” in her 1999 article, Distributed Choreography: A Video-Conferencing Environment  and has continued to develop site specific and telepresence performances with national and international collaborators.  She has been recognized for her solo dance improvisations and choreography, interacting with live video and live music.

Her career as a soloist, performing improvisation with live music and interactive video, and presenting choreography internationally spans over 20 years.  From 2008 – 2012 she was the Director of Choreography for the Improvisation and Choreography Summer Intensive in Malaga-Frigiliana, Spain.  In 2009, Lisa founded the DTM2 Improvisation Ensemble which continues to present work as pick-up company.  In 2010 she was one of three choreographers selected by the Alwin Nilolais Foundation and honored at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts for her work in continuing the legacy of Alwin Nikolais thru dance, education and technology.  She recently performed and presented choreography with the DTM2 ensemble in Italy at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (MACRO), the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia and the University of Rome.   At UC, Irvine she teaches choreography, improvisation, pedagogy, and directs research projects.  Lisa is delighted to participate IMPACT 2017 at NYU.