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keeley l dunnam

Keeley Dunnam received her M.F.A at Sam Houston State University in 2022 where she is studied under Dionne and Andy Noble, Dana Nicolay, Jennifer Pontious, Adele Nickel, Francisco Graciano, Evelyn Toh, Colette Kerwick and Joshua Manculich. While at Sam Houston State University she taught Modern 2 & 3, Ballet 2 &3, Jazz 1 and Choreography 3. She received her B.F.A. in Dance focused in choreography and performance from the University of North Texas in 2018 where she studied with Shelly Cushman, Robin Lakes, Amiti Perry, Whitney Geldon, Karen MacIntyre, Claudia Howard-Queen, Sue Collins, and Mary Lynn Babcock. Keeley originally started dancing at four years old at The Dance Academy and trained in a variety of styles including ballet, pointe, modern, jazz, tap, musical theater, and hip-hip. In 2008, she danced with Lone Star Ballet and performing the roles of Spanish corps, Waltz corps, Snow corps, and Arabian corps in the Nutcracker in 2009-10. Most recently Keeley has had the opportunity to perform with Company XV, Pilot Dance Project, and PDC Works. She performed two years with AmpDance and the Odysseus Chamber Orchestra in Transfigured Night, and Appalachian Spring. Keeley danced with imPULSE Dance Project (under the artistic direction of Anastasia Waters) for two seasons from 2016-2018, and performed various works at Dallas Dance Fest, 254 Festival, and Brazos Dance Festival. Keeley recieved the title Artist in Residence by Dance Source Houston in 2022. Her work, “NArrow is the Way” was showcased in imPULSE Dance Project’s annual summer show in 2018, "Same but Different but Same" was showcased in Mind the Gap in 2022, and "Interrelational Transactions" in Mind the Gap in 2023. Keeley continues to focus her choreographic works towards building community by using movement as a means of communication, and to create meaningful interactions between art and the public.

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Houston, TX, USA