The Who’s on the Move Artist Minute is a quick, two-minute interview in support of the undeniable impact that the arts and local artists have on our communities. One of the main drivers of a strong local economy as well as attracting talent to a region is the critical role the arts has in our community. Please enjoy watching, listening and supporting our artists in this series. We welcome you to share these videos with your business contacts and friends through social media.
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Tanya Wideman-Davis, Owner, Wideman/Davis Dance
Tanya Wideman-Davis is the co-artistic director of Wideman/Davis Dance and is also on faculty at The University of South Carolina as an Assistant Professor Tanya has had an extensive career as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher. She continues to perform, research, choreograph, teach, and importantly to collaborate.
A recent work of Wideman-Davis Dance is called Migratuse Ataraxia, an amazing performance that combines elements of dance, antebellum architecture, the visual arts, history, and where the evening finishes with a curated dinner. It is a great example of an interdisciplinary approach to performance that demands collaboration. To learn more about Migratuse Ataraxia, watch this documentary on PBS.
The opening dance scene is published courtesy of Monograph by Alabama Public Television and Historic Columbia Media. Thank you!
A recent work of Wideman-Davis Dance is called Migratuse Ataraxia, an amazing performance that combines elements of dance, antebellum architecture, the visual arts, history, and where the evening finishes with a curated dinner.
Below is a full audio version of the interview with Tanya. You can also listen to this interview as a WhosOnTheMove SC podcast on Spotify and Apple.