Oklahoma Teaching Artist Roster
The Teaching Artist Roster is a resource list of Oklahoma artists who have been vetted by the Oklahoma Arts Council and are available to schools and organizations for arts education and learning programs. Each artist accepted to the roster has demonstrated artistic and instructional abilities, and is familiar with curriculum and instructional strategies.
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In Heather Burns' classes on Cuban music and dance, she can introduce and model movements and rhythms including cha cha chaa, conga, danzon, mambo, orishas, palo, and rumba.
Camara is passionate about sharing the art form he has practiced since childhood, and is adaptable to working with age groups from elementary to adult and with students from widely differing communities and backgrounds. His primary goal is sharing his traditions with new audiences.
Tonya Kilburn's spirited residencies involve creative movement and basic modern dance techniques. Participants will become more aware of their bodies and how they move through space and connect to their environment.
Desiree La Vigne-Roan
Desiree LaVigne-Roan's enriching residencies engage children in movement with an emphasis on the fundamentals of classical and contemporary dance.
Hazel Lopez-Crutcher works with young audiences to explore different types of music and dance such as salsa, bachata, merengue, tango, flamenco, and more. Her residencies enrich students and give them a greater appreciation of cultural diversity by teaching them the technique, musical rhythms and history for each dance style.
Sharon Lee McColl
Sharon Lee McColl's residencies are noted for their focus on Creative Process, Problem Solving, and Imagination.
Amy Nevius' residencies allow participants to learn kinesthetically and to express themselves as unique individuals through the creation of original movement and dance performance.
A native of Galicia, Spain, her 43 years of classical training in dance and teaching spans the globe throughout Europe, the United States, and South America.
(Note: Teaching Roster artists are not employees of the Oklahoma Arts Council)