Winthrop University: CVPA Faculty and Staff Profile - Hane, Julianna

Name:  Julianna Hane
Title:  Instructor, Dance 
Education:  MFA in Modern Dance, The University of Utah
BA in Dance, Winthrop University
Office:  230 Johnson Hall   
Phone:  803/323-2506 
Area(s):  Modern, jazz, and aerial dance technique; improvisation; careers in dance; music for dance; Laban Movement Analysis; and dance education coursework.


College of Visual and Performing Arts

Faculty & Staff Profiles 

A native of South Carolina, Julianna Hane holds an M.F.A. in Modern Dance from the University of Utah where she completed a thesis on the process of creating aerial dance. She has previously taught at Winthrop University, Columbia College, The University of Utah, and the College of Charleston. As a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, her research involves using Laban theory as an inroad to expression in aerial dance choreography and performance. Julianna is a graduate of the Professional Training Program at New England Center of Circus Arts (NECCA). In 2008 she founded Revolve Aerial Dance as a studio and performing company, and her recent performance credits include Flight Collaborative in Boulder, Colorado, the Atlanta Aerial Arts Festival. Having taught in both North and South Carolina public schools, Julianna became a certified K-12 dance educator in South Carolina where she developed a dance curriculum for middle school students. She enjoys introducing dance to children who might not otherwise have access to dance training. Julianna is a member of the American Circus Educators Safety Committee and Director of Training at Born to Fly Teacher Trainings and Support. She is involved with the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS), as well as the Dance Science and Somatic Educators group. As a Pilates instructor (graduate of The Pilates Center in Boulder, Colorado) and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200), she enjoys teaching movement to all ages and abilities. Julianna is the author of the Aerial Teacher's Handbook; and co-author of several aerial dance manuals as well as The Aerial Teacher's Creative Handbook. Julianna teaches modern, jazz, and aerial dance techniques; improvisation; careers in dance; music for dance; dance conditioning; and supervises dance education interns in the Department of Theatre and Dance.

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Last Updated: 8/29/22