Selene Carter

Theatre, Drama And Contemporary Dance

Selene Carter is assistant professor of dance in the Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance at Indiana University. She achieved her M.F.A. in dance from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and received the Ruth Page Award, Chicago’s highest honor in dance, as well as funding from city agencies and private foundations for her work in dance. As co-director of Chicago’s Links Hall, she created a forum for post-modern and experimental dance by producing workshops and performances in alternative dance and improvisation. She taught improvisation and dance studies at the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago, the University of Chicago and the Chicago Academy of the Arts. Selene is a certified teacher in the Bill Evans’ Laban Based Modern Dance Technique. At IU Bloomington she teaches dance improvisation, 20th century concert dance history, movement analysis, dance technique... Show more