about.

ART CAST investigates how art, design, music, theatre, dance, and other creative endeavors reflect our current times and move our disciplines forward both independently and collectively.

ART CAST investigates how art, design, music, theatre, dance, and other creative endeavors reflect our current times and move our disciplines forward both independently and collectively.

It explores how creative work has shifted, either through alternative processes and/or unexpected outcomes with shifting narratives.  

More specifically, ART CAST seeks to understand what connectivity and community mean in this time of physical distancing and isolation across and in-between our different creative disciplines and calls to action what unique narratives, processes, experiences, and/or outcomes + opportunities might exist in such shifts.

We wonder, how might engagement with ART CAST support connectivity and community in this time of physical distancing and isolation across our different creative disciplines? 

About the Hosts.

Jessica and Cat will host multiple episodes of ART CAST and feature your submissions. We will introduce each project and reflect on the work with artists testimonials and introductions. 

Each episode will run approximately 30min in length.

Works will be curated together into a sequence and published here on our website and via LiveLab @CultureHub. 

Jessica Teague

Jessica Teague is an Assistant Professor of Dance at East Carolina University. As a professional dancer, Jessica Teague spent most of her 20-year dance career in Europe working with the Dutch National Ballet in the Netherlands, the Gothenburg Ballet in Sweden and the Royal Ballet of Flanders in Belgium. A South Carolina native, she received her first professional opportunity dancing for the Pacific Northwest Ballet in Seattle WA after completing her training at The School of American Ballet in New York City.

www.jessicateague.com

Cat Normoyle

Cat Normoyle is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at East Carolina University, Normoyle is a Boston-native designer, artist, and educator. Her research and creative activity explore design as an agent for change. She is interested in a range of design topics including social design and impact, community engagement, digital experiences and technology, and speculative design. Her work is interdisciplinary, experimental, collaborative, and strategic at its core. It ranges from the physical to the digital, from the static to the dynamic, and from the 2-dimensional to the 3-dimensional.

catnormoyle.com
@catnormoyle


For more information contact:

Jessica Teague, teaguej19@ecu.edu

Cat Normoyle, normoylec18@ecu.edu


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