2:13 pm June 22, 2010, by Howard Pousner
By Howard Pousner
Kennesaw State University associate professor of dance Ivan Pulinkala recently received a $15,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant to help fund a fall production of “D-Man in the Waters” — a dance examining race, faith and political issues — choreographed by recent Tony Award winner Bill T. Jones.
With KSU kicking in an additional $15,000, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company[CQ] artists will conduct a three-week residency at KSU, including lectures, workshops and master classes.
“D-Man” will be performed in November, and a community lecture series titled “Diversity in Dance” will be offered.
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