Medium: Dance, Choreography
Meagan Wade is a sophomore at Kennesaw State University. She was born and raised in Gainesville, Georgia, and has been dancing since the age of three-- most of those years being at the Gainesville Ballet Company under the instruction of Diane Callahan. Meagan was privileged to be a part of the Gainesville Ballet’s senior company for six years. During this time, Meagan performed the roles of Arabian, Russian, Snow Queen, and Dewdrop in Gainesville’s The Nutcracker. She has also performed several lead roles in Gainesville Ballet’s Spring productions, such as Belle in Beauty and the Beast, and Cinderella Into Grimm’s Woods.
Meagan is now honored to be a part of Kennesaw State University’s dance major program. In the KSU dance program, Meagan has been able to expand her experience through practicing different genres of dance. She has also been a part of the KSU Dance Company, with which she performed “Dichotomic,” by choreographer, Olivia Rowe.
At KSU, Meagan also practices choreography. She choreographed a piece of her own called “Disconnected,” at Choreolab in 2018.
This 2019, Meagan had the honor of being a part of the Palette Project, a program of Dance Canvas. During that time, Meagan was able to rehearse and continue to learn from her peers in a new professional setting.
Meagan is excited to start a brand new chapter in her life by being a part of The Esthete Collective.
"I enjoy exploring movement and its meaning through my body. Being creative allows me to release my mind and energy and to escape my fears of the unknown. "