about Cameron Basden

Cameron Basden is an advocate for dance, art, and education. She danced professionally with the Joffrey Ballet, was co-associate director of that company, and served as director of dance at Interlochen Center for the Arts. Basden was a muse for Gerald Arpino in the creation of his ballets and danced in a variety of styles by many noted choreographers. She has worked in television and movies and portrayed herself in Robert Altman’s movie, The Company. While continuing her role as instructor, répétiteur, and dance writer, Basden serves on the board of The Arpino Foundation, the City of Miami Arts and Entertainment Council, the advisory board for DanceNow! Miami, and is co-founder and artistic director of Miami Dance Hub, a not for profit service organization to provide resources, advocacy and promote dance in Southern Florida.

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