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Kesha McKey

Kesha McKey is a choreographer, educator, and professional performing artist in New Orleans. Kesha is a graduate of NOCCA, received her BS from Xavier University, and her MFA in Dance Performance from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is the founding Artistic Director of KM Dance Project and has choreographed, directed and co-produced works such as Taken, Distorted ImagesLasting Images, Footprints, and traces of expressions. She has presented choreographic works for events such as the 2014 Courageous Conversations Summit, 2014 Dance for Social Change Festival, New Orleans Fringe Festival, and the Guantanamo Public Memory Project. She is a faculty member of the Urban Bush Women Summer Leadership Institute and has been an artistic facilitator for the Unita Blackwell Young Women’s Leadership Training. She has worked as a director on productions such as the Vagina Monologues and The Origins of Life on Earth. She is also a dance educator at NOCCA, and the Program Coordinator of the Kuumba Institute, Ashé Cultural Arts Center Youth Program.

Work-in-Process Showing at the Distillery Artist Residency

Work-in-Process Showing at the Distillery Artist Residency

Monday 10 August 2015
New Orleans, LA, United States
Age and Visibility in Dance

Age and Visibility in Dance

DISTILLERY interview with Kesha McKey and Scott Heron

8 August 2015

Emilie Whelan facilitates an interview between dancers Kesha McKey and Scott Heron about age, visibility, and setting their choreography on the bodies of other dancers.