Contemporary dance with that explores the concept of opposites and how they can affect their counterparts.

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October 18 @ 2:00 p.m.

 

Corian Ellisor has worked with a variety of dance communities locally and abroad including Atlanta, Houston, Florida, Massachusetts, Arkansas, North Carolina, Guatemala and Sweden. Corian is not just a dance artist, he is a performance artist. In addition to performing, he is also a teacher, deejay and party promoter. He thrives on human interaction and forging relationships through art. Corian has choreographed over 30 dances. His choreography was presented twice at the American College Dance Festival and warded a coveted spot in the Gala performance. He has produced five dance concerts including: “The Atlanta Queer Dance Festival,” “WikiDance,”  “Be(a)stie,” “Coming Out Party,” and “It Takes a Village.” He has recently started his own dance company, Ellisorous Rex and the Dance Machine which can be seen performing around town. Corian was also awarded the Walthall Fellowship through Wonderroot in 2012 and was named the “Top 20 people to watch in 2013,” by Creative loafing.