Archive for June, 2011

My Three Sons episode: “My Son, the Ballerina” (1965)

[How Board President Thomas Bell was inspired to take dance classes] I went to Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota for my undergraduate degree, and, while there, I was also a competitive cyclist on the college team. This was during Minnesotan Greg LeMond’s dominance of the Tour de France, so the thought of racing bikes in […]

CORE Connects: Dynamic X-Change

CORE’s Dynamic X-Change Healing Arts Program is featured in this fantastic new article by Neil Ellis Orts “Dance as a Healing Art” in Dance Studio Life magazine. The article discusses our Dynamic X-Change program that reaches people suffering from isolation because of their circumstances and offers them movement as a pathway to joy. CORE partners […]

ARTreach Residencies

Supported by a Houston Arts Alliance grant through the Touring and Neighborhood Arts Program, CORE Performance Company recently partnered with ARTreach to visit Oakmont Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center of Katy and the Harris County Juvenile Detention Center. See for yourself how great the seniors were from watching two video clips from ARTreach: in the ¬†first […]

School’s Out for the Summer

Well we have come to the end of another season here at CORE. The running joke around these parts is that sometimes a season feels like a school year, and when it’s time to break for the summer we should all bring in our “yearbooks” and write things like “KATS” and “HAGS.” I remember when […]


Interview with Intern Sarah

What has been your strongest impression of Atlanta? At the beginning, I had a hard time to get around in Atlanta. The city is so spread-out and to know a good place to go out for eating, shopping, dancing was difficult. But after the second week, I was able to ride by MARTA and the […]