Photo supplied by Body Art

Wednesday 2 September – 19h00

Thursday 3 September – 12noon (repeat screening)

 Dance for Camera Work

legal canvas

Direction: Leslie Scott

Performers: Jonathan Bryant, Kayla Johnson, Heather Raburn

Video + Editing: Heather Rebecca

In Partnership with Beautify Earth – 2017


afternoon gold

Direction + Editing: Leslie Scott

Performer: Rachel Abrahams

Premiere: 2018 – Portland Dance Film Festival



Cinematography + Editing: Jason Bahling

Artistic Direction: Leslie Scott

Music Composition: Benjamin Shelton

Performers:  Megan Krauszer, Andrea Lanzetti, Steph Mas, Erin Okayama, Allison Ploor, Andi Work.

Premiere: Triskelion Film Festival, Brooklyn 2012

Photo supplied by BodyArt

Dance for Stages

Water Story

Direction: Leslie Scott (Premiere 2019)

Performers: Rachel Abrahams, Isabel Umali, Jasmine Sugar, Kristi Tornga and the GSVU students

Video Design: Hsuan-Kuang Hsieh


Irondale Arts Center & Summerhall @ Edinburgh Fringe (co-production) 2014

Direction: Leslie Scott

Video Design: Jesse Garrison & Sofy Yudiskaya

Performers: Rachel Abrahams, Amanda McNussen, Erin Okayama, Kayla Farrish, Allison Ploor

Amy Falls, Andrea Lanzetti, Hee EUn Song


Leslie Scott – photo supplied by BodyArt

Leslie Scott is the founder and Artistic Director of the New Orleans based BODYART Dance Company, and Assistant Professor of Dance and New Media at Tulane University. Scott regularly combines her decades of experience in producing and non-profit development for her multiple teaching and consulting activities across the globe. As a choreographer, working in both traditional and non-traditional spaces, her work has been performed in notable venues and sites from LA, NYC, Dallas, St Louis, New Orleans, Houston, Edinburgh, New Zealand and Durban, South Africa. Scott holds an MFA in Choreography from the California Institute of the Arts and a BFA in Modern Dance, with an emphasis in photography, from Texas Christian University.