Is social media a viable option to build a dance archive?How can one stand out in the sea of information while still expressing a voice? U.S based artist Megan Castro set out on her own fascinating journey and has amassed over 29k followers on Instagram since beginning a little over a year ago.
Continuing in the month of Art Media, this episode discusses the rigors of movement research and searching out like-minded communities. If you've always wanted to archive movement material, maybe it's high time you opened that movement journal!
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Soundtrack: Birds - Tyler Twombly
Megan Castro was raised in South Carolina, where she began her dance journey, studying various styles of dance. Her love and curiosity of dance grew, leading her to further her studies at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where she earned her BFA in contemporary dance. She continued her studies at the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company’s 10 month journey program in Ga’Aton, Israel.
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