INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS
Associate Professor / Dance
Office: GWH 212
Phone: (270) 745-2956
Jazz I, II, III, IV, V; Tap I & II, Dance Appreciation, Choreography I, Jazz Pedagogy, Tap Pedagogy
Amanda Clark, a native of Indiana, graduated magna cum laude from Oklahoma City University with a B.P.A. in Dance Performance and received her M.F.A. in Dance from The University of Oklahoma where she was a Graduate Fellow. She is also certified in Mat Pilates. Amanda performed extensively with the American Spirit Dance Company and Oklahoma Ballet Festival throughout her undergraduate and graduate tenure and has performed in the Leo’s Competitive Event of the Jazz Dance World Congress in Buffalo, New York and Monterrey, Mexico. Amanda's choreography encompasses a range of dance styles and genres and has appeared internationally in Civitiveccia, Italy and Monterrey, Mexico. Her work has also been performed in the Leo’s Competitive Event, at St. Gregory’s University, at regional American College Dance Festivals, and in Cultivate: A Choreographer’s Showcase in Indianapolis, IN. Amanda regularly choreographs for WKU mainstage dance concerts and musicals as well as for private dance studios. She has taught ballet, jazz and tap at The University of Oklahoma and within the private sector in Indiana, Illinois, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.