Alan Boeding

Bio from MOMIX program, April 4–5, 2003, Zellerbach Hall

Alan Boeding (sculpture design) a native of Chamberlain, SD, received his BFA in sculpture from the University of South Dakota in 1980 and his MFA from Indiana University in 1983. Boeding began dancing with the Windfall Modern Dance Company in 1981. Since then, he has performed with Ruby Shang and Dancers at the American Dance Festival; Dancers Unlimited in Dallas, Texas; and with Daniel Ezralow’s Conspiracies and Collaborations at Dance Theater Workshop in New York. A highlight in his career was a solo performance in the Rome Colosseum in The Night of Music in 1987. He has performed as a guest artist for the Amnesty International Gala at the Joyce Theater in New York 1988, and Serata di Gala at the Theatro Olympico in Rome in 1989. Also that year, he collaborated with Lincoln Nebraska’s 240-member marching band in the homecoming half-time performance at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska. In July 1990, Boeding performed in the three-city International Etoiles Gala in Japan. He has recently formed his own sculpture/dance company and is creating new sculpture and choreography. Boeding received a “work space” grant from the 92nd Street Y in New York City to continue his work. He has been associated with MOMIX since 1984.

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