Above, Moving Company artists perform “common ground” at the International VSA Festival in Washington, D.C. The piece, performed this past June, was choreographed by Dawn Lane (Choreography Fellow ’10), who runs the Moving Company as Artistic Director of Community Access to the Arts (CATA). CATA, based in Great Barrington, nurtures and celebrates the creativity of people with disabilities through shared experiences in the arts. It’s a prestigious honor for the Moving Company, the only Massachusetts performing arts organization invited to participate in the international festival. Below, you can see Dawn and Sandy Newsman from CATA with VSA founder Jean Kennedy Smith. For more news on MCC Artist Fellows and Finalists, read Fellows Notes. Images: (l to r) Moving Company dancers Jane Goodrich, JoAnne King, Hope Garner; CATA Founder & Executive Director Sandy Newman, VSA Founder Jean Kennedy Smith, Choreographer Dawn Lane.
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