Originally from Indianapolis, IN, Audrey is a rising senior pursuing a B.F.A in Contemporary Dance along with a minor in Arts Management. She has been in many IU performances as a performer and choreographer. She is a Student Manager at the IU Auditorium, choreographer for University Players, and is also on the Executive Board at her Sorority here at Indiana University. Last Summer, she became a 200 Hour Certified Yoga Instructor. After graduation, Audrey is planning to either join a dance company or perform with The Radio City Rockettes. Audrey first got involved with MoCo her Freshman year and has been a part of the organization ever since. She is most excited to lead MoCo by bringing people together through the art of movement and dance.
Originally from Staten Island, NY and now residing in NJ, Sara is a rising junior at IU pursuing a BFA degree in Contemporary Dance and minors in Kinesiology and Spanish. Here at IU Sara has also been involved as an executive board member for her Greek organization, as a dancer and choreographer with University Players, and a member of several other on-campus student organizations. She enjoys many types of dance including contemporary, modern, ballet, and jazz as well as experimenting with improvisation and choreography. Sara is also a 200 hour Vinyasa Yoga certified teacher. She says she has really enjoyed participating in MoCo events in the past and is really looking forward to serving the organization as a board member.
Katelyn is an undergraduate student at IU from Westfield, IN studying Media Advertising, Dance, and Arts Management. Katelyn serves as the Director of Choreography and Movement on the University Players Board of Directors. She has performed and choreographed in many departmental shows at IU Theatre & Dance, as well as in several student-led projects. She is passionate about MoCo’s ability to provide opportunities for movement, connection, and community, and is committed to furthering that mission. In addition to movement and dance, Katelyn enjoys accumulating books faster than she can read them, drinking iced chai lattes, practicing hot yoga, sewing clothing, and collecting house plants.
Madison is an undergraduate student from Indianapolis, IN pursuing a BFA in Contemporary Dance and a BAJ in Public Relations. Alongside MoCo, Madison is a proud member of IUDM’s Public Relations Committee. She has also been involved in a plethora of IU Theatre and Dance’s departamental shows, both as a dancer and a choreographer. Madison loves everything about the performing arts, movement, and choreography, and she hopes to further ignite this passion to others during her time as a MoCo board member. In addition to her commitment to the arts, Madison enjoys shopping, spending time with her friends, baking, and drinking iced coffee.
Originally from Whiteland, IN, Cody is currently an undergraduate student at IU pursuing a BFA in Contemporary Dance and a minor in Arts Management. He has been involved in countless IU Contemporary Dance performances as a dancer as well as a choreographer. Cody hopes to pursue a professional career in the performing arts scene alongside his passion for media in the arts. He has been a part of MoCo for the majority of his college career and his favorite part of his experiences with MoCo has been all the opportunities to move in such a welcoming space.
Selene Carter achieved her M.F.A. in dance from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and received the Ruth Page Award, Chicago’s highest honor in dance, as well as funding from city agencies and private foundations for her work in dance. As co-director of Chicago’s Links Hall, she created a forum for post-modern and experimental dance by producing workshops and performances in alternative dance and improvisation. She taught improvisation and dance studies at the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago, the University of Chicago and the Chicago Academy of the Arts. Selene is a certified teacher in the Bill Evans’ Laban Based Modern Dance Technique.
As an assistant professor of contemporary dance at Indiana University, Bloomington, in the Department of Theatre, Drama & Contemporary Dance she teaches dance improvisation, 20th century concert dance history, movement analysis, dance technique and dance making.
Click here to read Selene's full biography: https://theatre.indiana.edu/about/faculty/carter-selene.html