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Byron Center, MI

Photo by Susana Ortiz

Edgar L. Page comes from legacies celebrating the African Diaspora and Black Modern Dance traditions. Originally from Detroit, MI he earned his BA in Dance from Western Michigan University as a Wade H. McCree, Jr. Incentive Scholar and Martin Luther King, Jr. Diversity Scholar. Upon graduation, Mr. Page spent a season with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Second Company before joining the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, touring domestically and internationally as a principal dancer. He established Edgar L. Page: Feel the Movement in 2018 as an intersectional, multigenerational arts initiative that centralizes storytelling through Africanist traditions. Mr. Page’s career highlights include the 2021 Denver Mayor’s Award for Excellence in Arts and Culture for Innovation, the 2020 Dance/USA DILT cohort, and a feature in the 2021 YouTube Originals program, “Black Renaissance: the Art and Soul of Our Stories.”

Creative Administration Research (2022-2024)

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