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Choreographer Kriota Willberg holds a degree in Dance: Performance and Choreography from Northeastern Illinois University. DURA MATER (Latin for "Tough Mother"), was founded by Willberg, in New York, in 1993 as a vehicle for her choreography. The Dura Mater cortege has performed in a variety of dance, music, and performance venues in New York and the US. In addition to working with her company, Willberg choreographs for film/video, theatrical, and other dance productions. Her article on dance and stage combat was published in the SAFD magazine, The Fightmaster, in 2004. Willberg also teaches anatomy to dancers, yoga teachers, and Pilates instructors, and has acted as a facilitator for various artists groups and projects. Dura Mater's projects have received support from the 92nd Street Y, the Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance, the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, The Field (Independent Artist Challenge Program and Artist-Manager Partnerships), The Puffin Foundation, and Dixon Place Theater (Mondo Cane! commission). Ms. Willberg will spend her time at AAS doing research on The Black Crook, America's first musical theatre extravaganza, in order to produce an up-dated version for performance in New York City.
Maureen Cummins is a book artist in Brooklyn, New York. She is an instructor in printmaking and book arts at several institutions, including The Center for Books Arts, the Connecticut Graphic Arts Center, and Manhattan Graphics. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States and is held in over 100 public and private collections throughout the United States, Canada, England, South Africa, and South America. Ms. Cummins is the recipient of one of the two William Randolph Hearst Foundation fellowships awarded this year. While at AAS, she will be working on a series of three works on paper that explore the fear of the "other" in American history. The titles of the three pieces will be Heretics, Heathens and Hellions; Animals, Cannibals and Savages; and Witches, Bitches and Faggots.
Craig E. Bertolet received his PhD from The Pennsylvania State University. He specializes in medieval literature, Chaucer, Medieval London, and culture in literature. He has published articles in Studies in the Age of Chaucer, Philological Quarterly, Studies in Philology, and the Chaucer Review. He is the author of Chaucer, Gower, Hoccleve and the Commercial Practices of Late Fourteenth-Century London. He has coedited with Robert Epstein (Fairfield University) an essay collection titled, Money, Commerce, and Economics in Late Medieval English Literature. Additionally, he is working on two book projects. One is tentatively titled Money and the Crisis of Sovereignty in Late Medieval English Literature and the other The State As Exception in Late Medieval English Literature. He is also shopping a novel titled The Swelling Flood.
AutoDesSys, the company that developed the award-winning Form Z digital modeling software, organized the 17th annual awards banquet. Nominated projects are presented to a distinguished jury comprising five individuals outside of AutoDesSys, all experts or theorists of computer aided design. Jurors are charged with selecting the award winners in a setting that does not disclose names of the nominees or school affiliations in the following categories: Architectural Design, Interior Design, Fabrication, Visualization/Illustration and Animation. 2b1af7f3a8