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Agatha Wright (Miami, FL) received her BA degree in Art History from the University of California, Riverside, in 2010, with an emphasis on the performing arts, and holds an MS in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University. Most recently, Ms. Wright has been awarded by the African American Research Library and Cultural Center for the Art and Activism Residency. Agatha completed the Entrepreneurship Cohort Certification program at Harvard Business School in July 2020.
Conversely, Ms. Wright has held notable positions with other leading arts organizations, such as Community Dance Education Programs Manager at Miami City Ballet, Head Administrator, for AileyCamp Miami at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, panelist for the Youth Arts Miami grant program, and panel member for the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs All Kids Included initiative.
Up to date, Ms. Wright has created modern and neoclassical ballets layered by soundscapes often categorized as ominous and pulsating. Addressing the stage as an architectural space with possibilities for meaningful conversations- Agatha’s dances include symmetrically sculpted design and controversial narratives. Most importantly, Ms. Wright is an activist. Many of her pieces address culturally significant issues such as systemic race relations, gender bias, economic class structures, abuse of power, and fundamental human rights.
In July of 2020, Agatha premiered “Movement for Justice” at the New World Symphony Soundscape Park following the brutal murder of George Floyd. In March of 2019, The Frank Gallery commissioned Ms. Wright to create a unique commemorative work for Women’s History at Pembroke Pines Civic Center. In 2017 the reactionary piece- “Pound of Flesh” (a call to action to end female sex trafficking in Miami) was presented at the Perez Art Museum of Miami hosted by the Miami New Tropic, The Florida Dance Education Organization Conference, Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts hosted by The Dancers Space, and awarded by The Foundation for Contemporary Arts in New York during the onset of the #metoo Movement.
Ms. Wright has also held positions as a resident artist and instructor at Muse Center for the Performing Arts, Judge at American Dance Alliance Competition, Presenter at Guild 5 Forty-Five, and dance instructor at Broward Preparatory Academy, Kirova Ballet Academy, and Norland Middle School.
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