▫️ 2019 Artist ▫️
@emilycargillanddancers is presenting work all over the east coast, from Atlanta to NYC to Detroit to Richmond to Durham and Tampa. Her work has been presented at the High Museum of Art, Art on the Atlanta Beltline, Richmond’s 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Choreographic Showcase, North Carolina Dance Festival, Skwhirlhaus Theatre, Emory University’s Performing Arts Studio, Dance Canvas’ 2016 & 2017 Emerging Choreographer Initiative, New Grounds Dance Festival, New Seeds Festival, OneSpark Festival, Modern Atlanta Dance Festival, Detroit Dance City Festival and the NYC10 Dance Festival. Emily has also been commissioned to set work by Staibdance, Jacksonville Dance Theatre, Braided Light Dance Project, Kennesaw State University, Georgia College and State University, James Madison University, Washington and Lee University and Douglas Anderson School of the Arts.
Currently, Emily is an adjunct instructor of dance at Winthrop University, teaching modern technique and choreographing on the Winthrop University Dance Company. Additionally, Emily has taught as a part-time professor of dance at Spelman College, Kennesaw State University, Georgia College and State University, and Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. Emily has also been on faculty at the Atlanta Ballet, Georgia Ballet, Atlanta Academy of Ballet and Dance, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, and the Performing Arts Center of Tallahassee.
Emily has her MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Florida State University and her BA in Dance from James Madison University. Emily also has her 200-hour Yoga certification and is certified by the National Yoga Alliance.
Emily is new to Charlotte and we are so excited she will be joining us this year. Check out an excerpt of her work, quiet beings, on Saturday, January 12th at 7:30pm @goodyeararts 💯🙌❤️🔥❗️
You can help us support Emily by donating to our Indiegogo campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ladyfestclt-2019#/
📸 Daley Kappenman
⭐️ M I N I B O O K R E V I E W ⭐️ Hey Ladies! by Michelle Markowitz and Caroline Moss was... unique. The story follows eight 20-30 something best friends through year of social events. Each character played a bit of a stereotype for the millennial generation. Every reader will find traits of someone they don't like in these characters. A lot of demands, self-centred actions and delusion.... which made for some pretty laugh out loud moments. But mostly it highlighted things we shouldn't be proud of... ignoring the opinions of others, rarely compromising and just generally treating people badly. The book was made up of emails and text messages which I thought was kind of cute at first but grew tiresome. Overall, the novelty of the book wore off pretty fast but it had its moments.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️ stars
(original post from July 30, 2018)
A successful Movember/No Shave November has concluded!
Pic 1: Old/Grizzly Tim (Often asked to chop fire wood). Pic 2: Old/Evil Tim (Arrested by police for looking suspicious). Pic 3: Tough Tim (Often asked to stop bar fights).
Pic 4: “Overly-Friendly” Tim (Arrested by police for looking suspicious...).
Pic 5: Normal, incredibly handsome, Tim.
Pic 6: Memes your coworkers make.
Pic 7: Bonus Hulk Hogan Pic.
Shoutout to mustache aficionados: @drewszeliga @lkderosa @archangeli9
Hey ladies! Don’t forget the CFMZ Ladies Christmas Social is tomorrow Sunday Dec 9 at 6:30pm at @kylashoe’s house. Bring a snack to share, whatever you want to drink, and an ornament for a fun exchange. message her with any questions and to get her address. Hope you can make it! #cfmz#crossfitmilezero#keywest#keywestfl#heyladies#keywestchristmas