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Kista Tucker
 

 

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A Brief Bio

Kista Tucker (M.A., M.F.A., C.M.A., R.S.M.T.) has performed and presented her work throughout the US, Europe, Japan, Mexico, and Canada. She has a wide range of performance experiences, from a major role in Kurt Joost's The Green Table to Tucker's own Fractured. She received over $36,500.00 toward creating and touring a choreographic project based on the Korean War Veterans Memorial located in Washington, DC. Tucker was formerly associated with the LIMS Management Committee and was elected to two terms on the CORD Board of Directors. She has taught at George Washington University in Washington, DC, The Ohio State University, Sam Houston State University, The University of South Florida, and SUNY College at Brockport. Tucker has presented her work for LIMS, IADMS, ISMETA, CORD, ACDFA, NDEO, and other organizations. She conducts workshops, acts in the capacity of Guest Artist within universities and other institutions, is currently working on publishing her KT Warm-Up project, and a fiction novel. She is thoroughly looking forward to this next year's events. Tucker has received numerous awards and commissions.

 

 

 

 

Kista Tucker in "Crippled Bird" image -- from choreographic work "be"

 

 

 

 
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