Board of Directors
Autumn Mist Belk, Artistic and Executive Director
Inside the shell of an artist, Autumn hides a wealth of experience in arts administration. She has worked on the “office side” of the Painted Bride Arts Center, NC State Dance Program, American Dance Festival, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, and ARTS NC STATE – working in marketing, finance, publications, programming, and artist relations.
Natalee Campbell, Secretary/Treasurer and Member Representative
Jill Bradley Hall
Robin Harris, director of the NC State Dance Program, holds a B.A. in French and an M.A. in dance from The Ohio State University, and has received certification from the Dance Notation Bureau as a Labanotation teacher. She was a recipient of NC Arts Council Choreographers Fellowships in 1988 and 1998; a recipient of the Raleigh Medal of Arts in 2002; and a recipient of a 2004 Indies Award. Robin has been recognized for her choreographic work by the North Carolina Arts Council, the City of Raleigh Arts Commission, the American Dance Festival, and by the American College Dance Festival Association on both regional and national levels. Her work has been presented five times in National Galas of the American College Dance Festival Association, including performances at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Full evenings of her work have been presented by NCSU Center Stage and the Southeast Women’s Studies Conference. Robin’s work toured with the North Carolina Dance Festival in 1998-1999, 2000-2001, 2003-2004, and 2005-2006. In 2002, National Public Radio’s Studio 360 aired a piece about Robin’s choreographic work, 30 and 73, which documents her father’s 1941 canoe trip from Logan, West Virginia, to New Orleans, Louisiana. Robin is currently participating in a Creativity Study Group under the direction of Dr. Lucy Daniels.
Alison Streeter, M.Ed, a well’s scholar, is the Director of Alumni Relations for the Carlbrook School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University and her Master of Education degree in School Counseling from Middle Tennessee State University. She has worked in a number of secondary and collegiate academic institutions, most recently at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.
Patricia W. Ward, MA, IDMA, Founder and Artistic Director of Moving Voices Isadora Duncan Cultural Exchange,received a MFA in dance studies from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. She is an Isadora Duncan Movement Analyst affiliated with the Isadora Duncan International Institute and is certified in Isadora Duncan Studies. Mrs. Ward is listed in the Young Audiences of Virginia Roster and the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Artists in Education Roster. She has served as an adjunct faculty member with Longwood University, Danville Community College, and Southside Community College. Currently she is on the board of directors for the National Dance Education Organization and serves as the coordinator for the arts at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center.