TOPIC: In the Quake of the Mess-Don't Just Talk, Dance Talk
Montë Murphy is a graduating senior with a Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies combining Dance and Film. He is an ethnochoreologist who finds interests in studying the intersections of Black, Latinae, and African Social and Folklore dance forms and how they relate and differ, and uncovering and creating archives across various media platforms to fortify BIPOC contribution and voices to creative fields as a whole. His research focuses in on dance of resistance and freedom and their impacts toward political-social change. He finds purpose in restoring communities through the artistic practice, social engagement, and education.
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