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MFA California Institute of the Arts (2001)
BFA University of Texas at El Paso (1998)

Nicole Antebi is an animator/filmmaker who makes things that move, loop, and sometimes hold. She came of age on the northwest bank of the Rio Grande/Río Bravo on the El Paso/Juárez border. The importance of movement as it concerns the dignity of people and rivers was a formative part of her childhood and the foundation of the work she does today. She was previously a visiting professor at Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, CUNY Queens College, and SUNY Albany. Her moving image work has shown widely and her words and images have appeared in The Atlantic, Topic Magazine, and Longreads. 

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3 days ago
Arizona Arts

Innovators in vertical dance performance, BANDALOOP will be performing on March 8-11 on buildings on The University of Arizona campus mall.

Arizona Arts Live formerly UA Presents is bringing the boundary defining group to campus in time for Reading Days on March 8-9 on the mall.

arizonaartslive.com/bandaloop

BANDALOOP celebrates the human spirit, nature, and communities through dance that uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. A pioneer in vertical performance, BANDALOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to turn the dance floor on its side.

Image: BANDALOOP | Jessica Swanson
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Innovators in vertical dance performance, BANDALOOP will be performing on March 8-11 on buildings on The University of Arizona campus mall. 

Arizona Arts Live is bringing the boundary defining group to campus in time for Reading Days on March 8-9 on the mall.

https://arizonaartslive.com/bandaloop

BANDALOOP celebrates the human spirit, nature, and communities through dance that uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. A pioneer in vertical performance, BANDALOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to turn the dance floor on its side.

Image: BANDALOOP | Jessica Swanson
4 days ago
Arizona Arts

Check out the online galleries from the University of Arizona School of Art ...

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