Visiting Anchorage dancer Ariel Schmidtke performs on the rope, and also does workshops on Sunday for ages 8 and older.Webster has created a performance piece for the stage that uses video shot in surveillance cameras at local businesses and public buildings.
Swartz inducted into Women’s Hall of Fame Following a string of awards since 2009, Kachemak Bay Campus Director Carol Swartz will get one more award today when she’s inducted into the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame.
Swartz receives the award at a banquet tonight in Anchorage.
“It’s been really fun to explore all these different genres of dance and have this underlying consistency of modern class with me,” Paver said.
Now back in action, although loosely affiliated and with no formal name, the dance collective has pumped new energy into the community and even allowed some dancers to develop their own choreographies. Saturday in the Mariner Theatre, Homer can see what the collective has created with New Dances Now!
Also inducted are Dixie Belcher, Kay Brown, Paula Easley, Elizabeth Elsner, Tennys Owens, Elizabeth Parent, Cathryn Rasmuson, Teri Rofkar, Elsa Sargento and Kathryn Seller.