Gregory King Appointed to International Association of Blacks in Dance Staff
Assistant professor of dance Gregory King has been appointed to the staff of The International Association of Blacks in Dance. He will serve as the Creative Communications Coordinator.
King's appointment coincides with the association's administrative expansion in advance of its 30th anniversary.
The International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD) has become the Mecca for Blacks in Dance such as administrators, artists, choreographers,dance companies, directors, educators, scholars, and those interested in artistry, black dance issues, and performance presentations. The Association, founded in 1991, provides a network, formal newsletters, choreographers directory, published papers and is the raison d’être for the annual conference. The Association also responds to and initiates dialogue around issues that impact the Black Dance Community as well as the Dance community at large. IABD has developed national prominence and allowed the Black Dance Community to come together on issues important to them.*
*Description taken from the IABD website.
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