About the Artist

Lindsay is a dancer, teacher, videographer and video editor.  She received her MFA in dance and technology from The Ohio State University’s dance department. In 2010 she started her own video production company, Linden Tree Productions that provides video support to dancers and artists.  Her ongoing video dance project, OVERSIZED, takes her to sites that house large-scale artwork of everyday objects.  The first four videos in this series, CORN, STAMP, CHAIR AND BASKET were presented at the Urban Arts Space in Columbus, OH.  Her newest dance for camera work, Preserving Friendship, premiered at Feverhead in Columbus, OH and was also shown at Images Cinema in Williamstown, MA before the feature film The Future. LaPointe is drawn to performing in site specific work such as Summer Sanctuary preformed at the Ohio Statehouse, Gravity’s Ripple II and III presented on the grounds of the Dublin Arts Council and Five Zones of Beatuy: Dangerous, a performance art piece shown at the Springfield Art Museum. She continues creating her art in Columbus, OH and is an active member of They Might be Dancers and the Locality 2012 dance festival committee.

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12 Choreographers

12 Sites

  • •  Union Station arch
  • •  Amos Lynch Outdoor Plaza
  • •  Strand Cafe
  • •  Garden Theatre
  • •  Whetstone Park
  • •  Summit on 16th UMC
  • •  Feverhead
  • •  Riffe Center/Statehouse block
  • •  Columbus Dance Theater
  • •  UAS
  • •  Pythian
  • •  Bexley Library
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Pre-Events

Friday, October 12, 2012:
Screening of Locality 2012 Documentary

  • Gallery exhibit, with reception and refreshments
  • OPEN STAGE NIGHT for community performers

Saturday, October 14, 2012:
Bus tour and Performances

 

Sunday, October 15, 2012:
Workshops, classes and seminars in local studios