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Where Art and Audience Collide: Smashing Assumptions...

  • Aired: 09/24/2009
  • 55:22
  • Rating: TV-G
Elizabeth Streb Choreographer and Founder STREB Lab for Action Mechanics Elizabeth Streb discusses the Streb Lab for Action Mechanics, SLAM. She describes it as an effort to change the space that creative people work in.
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Elizabeth Streb tells of her life growing up as a dancer and explains SLAM.
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