As an artist and dynamic participant in the community, Sue believes it is essential to approach, develop and nurture a meaningful connection to dance. To that end, successful and mutually-beneficial residency experiences are created with the imagination, resources, and input of the presenters, teachers, administrators, artists, community leaders, and all other supporters. It is fundamental to seek out and include non-traditional segments of these communities, thereby creating the opportunity to enlighten the community, in a larger sense, about itself.
Sue’s projects involving work in schools and neighborhood venues she maintains commitment to enhancing our community’s future in a meaningful way. She looks toward transformation within the community, on some level, as a result of her residency experience.