About the Artist
Dr. Sheron Wray self-titles as a Performance Architect, and has developed a theory and practice called Embodiology®, a neo-African approach to contemporary dance improvisation. She is an improviser, choreographer, director, teacher, and scholar.
Dr. Wray will participate in a Pan African Master Class on Friday, February 23 from 5:00 – 7:30 pm in 349 Lathrop Hall. Experience the African contribution to American dance and music culture through West African technique and Afro-Caribbean traditional dance forms at this free workshop, open to the public!
Calling all engineering students! Collaborate with students from Sheron Wray’s course to form the Embodiology Research Group. Your innovations could be translated to a live performance in May. Sign up at the makerspace on Tuesday, March 6 at 5:00 pm. Download the flyer (PDF) here.
Congratulations to Dr. Sheron Wray, who has been selected as one of the 2018 African Diaspora Emerging Scholars by the Comparative & International Education Society African Diaspora SIG.
Learn more about improvisation and collaboration in Q&A: ‘Performance architect’ Sheron Wray thinks our lives could use more improvisation, courtesy of The Cap Times
Check out Dr. Sheron Wray’s official Vimeo channel!