Location: Mansion, Winter Living Room

Modern with Corian

"Dance for All." This is an entry level adult dance class hybrid contemporary/modern steeped in release technique. Known for welcoming all levels, providing a thorough floor warm up and standing exercises that get the body pushing through space to find the widest range of motion. The goal of this class is to have fun and encourage anyone that wants to dance.

Corian Ellisor is an Atlanta based performance artist with a concentration on dance theater. Professionally, Ellisor has worked with a variety of arts communities locally and abroad: Georgia, Texas, Florida, Massachusetts, Washington DC, New York, Guatemala, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany and The United Kingdom. He uses his art as activism to create abstract narratives using dance, theater, drag, music, costumes and storytelling. Ellisor's performances are heavily rooted in identity and include race, religion and gender.

Ellisor has generated over 50 performance works throughout his career including eleven evening length productions. He has been awarded the choreography award at the University of Houston, The Walthall Fellowship through Wonderroot in 2012, “Top 20 people to watch in 2013," by Creative loafing, The Beltline Grant in 2014, an artist in residency award with the Lucky Penny in 2015 and the “Best Choreography Award,” at the Houston Fringe Festival in 2019. Ellisor completed his MFA in dance from George Washington University in the fall of 2017 and is on faculty at the Oxford College of Emory and at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center.