Current Project to fund
Ghost Tree Dance is fundraising for "Requiem for Debbie's Shirt," a short dance film that explores the concepts of time, rhythm, and death.
Tate Glover is a modern dance and film artist based outside of Chicago. They have a Bachelor's in dance from Kenyon College and are currently pursuing a Master's in Leadership For Creative Enterprises at Northwestern University. They followed their passion for film working for Kenyon College's Office of Communications, creating promotional materials for the school. They also create their own films, including Static Drift Abridged, which won second place in CalArt's Emerging Artists Competition for the Dance Camera West Film Festival in May 2016. They welcome the opportunity to work with the unique movement styles that each dancer brings to a project. Through their choreography they explore human relationships and how they are affected by emotion. They value movement as a tool for self-expression and exploration. Visit Tate's website at www.tateglover.com.
Currently Tate is teaming up with Keila Hamed for the joint venture Ghost Tree Dance.