The Assembly’s “How to draw an outline”
Sept. 12, 2019
Southern California-based dance group The Assembly premiered an evening-length work by Lara Wilson at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton, California.
Stephanie designed, compiled and mixed the score for the dance, which explored boundaries.
Dress rehearsal of “How to Draw an Outline” at Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton, Cali. on Sept. 11, 2019. Photos: Stephanie Wolf
RIAS Berlin Commission Fellowship
Sept. 17 - Oct. 6, 2017
One of 14 journalists selected to participate in a three-week fellowship and study program. We visited the European Commission and NATO in Brussels and spent the majority of the program in Berlin. I also spent a week with Deutsche Welle's Berlin bureau.
Making The mountain
Nov. 6, 2015
Stephanie was a guest speaker for "Making the Mountain," a quarterly artist talk held in partnership with Lighthouse Writer's Workshop. Listen to the podcast here.
Colorado Public Radio's Arts Bureau presents "Radio Dances"
March 4, 2014
Throughout February, CPR's Arts Bureau has been collecting 30- to 60-second radio dances. The project, inspired by NPR radio personality Ira Glass' touring show, "One Radio Host, Two Dancers," conceptualizes dance for a radio audience. It's an experiment that explores the aural textures of dance. It's a first for CPR, and sparking the creativity of Colorado's diverse dance artists.
Stephanie helped spearhead the project, including components like curating the live event, editing web features, coordinating a video shoot at the CPR Performance Studio and helping pull together the pieces for an interview with Ira Glass, Monica Bill Barnes and Anna Bass -- asking them, "Can dance work on the airwaves?"
March 5, 2013
An injury can be a devastating blow to a dancer's career. The healing process, both mentally and physically, can be challenging. Stephanie spoke about her own recovery from a severe injury to Dance Informa contributing journalist Leah Gerstenlaur, sharing her story about loosing her physical mobility and redefining herself as an artist.
"Stephanie, whose injury has fueled her double-pronged career in dance and writing, is taking her own notes on self-empowerment, and learning that personal limits are not equivalent to insurmountable faults."
Read the full article on DanceInforma.us.
February 9, 2013
Stephanie was one of four dancers interviewed by Dance Magazine journalist Lauren Kay for an article about having a successful dance career outside of New York City. The article, titled "Escaping New York: four dancers' success stories," appeared only in print in the March 2013 issue.