Marcie Mamura is an artist, educator, and collaborator from Sioux City, Iowa. She earned a BA in Theatre with Dance emphasis from Kansas State University and a MFA in Dance from the University of Oregon where she held a Graduate Teaching Fellowship from 2007-2010. Marcie’s work as a teaching artist in Philadelphia communities includes Girard College-Dream Camp, Asian Arts Initiative, CHI Movement Arts Center, Montgomery County Community College, and Drexel University. As a freelance artist, she’s performed works by artists Mina Estrada, Gabrielle Revlock, & Nicole Bindler. Her work has been presented in the InHale Performance Series, the 2011 Philly Fringe Festival (Philadelphia), TRANSForm Dance Collective Concerts (Charlotte, Minneapolis/St. Paul), Dance Chance 2013, & Creative Nests: Welcome to Our World, Vol. II (Chicago). She is a founding member of TRANSForm Dance Collective http://transformdancecollective.blogspot.com. Marcie is wildly curious about community practices and artful exchange.
Photography Credit: Shannon Knight (Eugene, OR)