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Tina Mullone

Tina Mullone
Assistant Professor of Dance
Rondileau Student Union, Room 024B
BA, University of Oklahoma
MFA, Texas Christian University
Tina Mullone, MFA, is an artist, educator, and scholar. Her training background encompasses the following techniques: ballet, Lester Horton, Katherine Dunham, Umfundalai, Marth Graham, jazz and several other styles. As a professional dancer she has performed with a number of dance companies such Contemporary Dance/Fort Worth, Beckles Dancing Company, Kariamu & Traditions and continues her own work. Her performances have taken her Germany, Mexico, New York City, Philadelphia, Louisiana, Virginia and Texas to date. Tina has taught in many environments from public schools to private studios. During her tenure as Associate Professor of Dance at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, she commuted from Louisiana to Texas to work with BDC and CD/FW (as Associate Artistic Director for the latter), (co-founded) M2 and worked as a dance education specialist for Louisiana A Plus Schools. She is the ACDA Regional Director for the New England board. She is certified at the Professional level of Umfundalai contemporary African dance technique, a Pilates mat instructor, and a National Water Dance ambassador. Her research interests includes the following; deconstructing space and dance in African-American culture through the Black dancing body, Black feminist theory in art and movement, using dance as a decolonizing approach in education and spirituality in African Diaspora dance. All praises to the ancestors and spirits for continuous guidance in this world.
Area of Expertise
African American dance; African Diaspora dance; Hypersexuality; Decolonizing dance and its historical context; Pilates