Alicia Díaz is Assistant Professor of Dance at The University of Richmond and co-director of Agua Dulce Dance Theater with Matthew Thornton. She holds an MFA in Dance from The George Washington University. Her choreography has been presented in the United States, Puerto Rico, Martinique, Cuba, Argentina, Mexico, and Spain. She has performed with Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Donald Byrd/The Group, Joseph Holmes Chicago Dance Theater, Andanza: Compañía Puertorriqueña de Danza Contemporánea, Alice Farley Dance Theater, dANCEpROjECt, and numerous independent choreographers. Recently, she has collaborated with Thayer Jonutz and Catch Me Dance Project in multi-media and site-specific projects and she was a guest artist in Maida Wither’s groundbreaking inter-disciplinary production of MindFluctuations. Her most recent work in collaboration with Puerto Rican percussionist Héctor “Coco” Barez has been presented at the Pregones Theater, Movement Research at The Judson Church, the Richmond Dance Festival and The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Glacial Drift (2016)