Patricia Bulitt

Patricia Bulitt is a solo dance artist and dance ethnologist. Her most recent site specific commission was from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. For many years, she danced in creeks, mountain tops, regional parks, and on Lake Merritt on a floating platform, honoring birds. As an interviewer for LEGACY Oral History Project and Our Neighbors Dance Their Dances: A Celebration of World dance, she collects field interviews with Eskimos in Alaska and Bay Area dancers. She serves on the Izzies Committee and resides in Berkeley, CA.

Oct 01, 2009
Jill Togawa’s Dreams and Driveways

Apr 01, 2009
Maclovia Ruiz: A Life in Spanish Dance

Dec 01, 2008
Reflection on Dancer, Storyteller, and Cultural Interpreter, Lanny Pinola