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Instructor: Sheena Black is a performing artist choreographer, instructor of modern dance and jazz. She is a graduate of Morgan State University BA, Sociology (Alpha Kappa Delta). Ms. Black studied modern dance based on the Dunham Technique. Ms. Black’s training focused on body awareness, placement and kinesiology (The study of anatomy, physiology, and mechanics of movement) as a member of Images of Cultural Artistry Dance Company, directed by the late Dr. Sherrill Berryman Johnson of Howard University in Washington, D.C. Ms. Black attended Escuela Nacional de Arte, Havana Cuba renowned for the study of African folkloric traditions. She also studied at The Latin Folk Institute, Mt. Rainer, Maryland and Djoniba Drum and Dance Center, New York. Sheena black was a featured dancer in the 2001 PBS television special Rise Sister Rise: African American Women and Breast Cancer and participated in the Intercultural Communication/Dunham Technique Dance Workshop in St. Louis, Missouri. Ms. Black was a featured Visiting Artist at Towson University, Maryland Council for Dance. She has taught master classes for The American College Dance Festival at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and North Carolina State University.