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Tennille Lambert

Tennille Lambert is an Associate Professor and Chair of Dance on the San Jacinto Campus. She received a B.A in Theatre from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and an M.F.A. in Dance from Florida State University. Tennille was the first instructor of Choreography for Florida State University’s immersion program in New York City and taught for FSU in NYC for three years. Tennille’s choreographic work for performance and film has been presented at prestigious venues nationally including Dance Theater Workshop (NYC), The Dance on Camera Festival (NYC), The West End Theater (NYC), University of Michigan Ann-Arbor – Dance on Camera Program, Galapagos Art Space (NYC), The Dance in the Desert Festival (NV) and recently at the ICA in Boston - through a Choreographers’ Fellowship awarded by Summer Stages Dance at Concord Academy. Tennille was an Artist in Residence at The Field NYC, received artistic funding and support from The Puffin Foundation and was selected to participate in BARE Intensity in Temecula, a project supported by the Innerstate Project and the James Irvine Foundation. Recently, she was one of six choreographers selected to participate in SUMAC and was invited to choreograph for the past two Avocado Dance Theatre concerts at The Old Town Temecula Theater. Tennille is deeply honored to be a part of the dance program and immensely grateful for the opportunity to serve MSJC students.

Choreography, Modern Dance, Jazz Dance, Dance Appreciation, Dance Production