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REBEKAH DIADIGGO

Guest Artist 

Medium: Dance

 

As the founder and director of Bluebird Uncaged, Rebekah’s passion is to bring hope and dignity through dance. From sitting mesmerized by the Nutcracker as a toddler to training at the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education to dancing principal roles, she has experienced the power, freedom, and joy in using dance to communicate.

 

Rebekah is a freelance artist from Atlanta, GA dancing with companies such as the Proia Dance Project and Southern Arc. She’s also been a guest artist with Telluride Dance Academy and Gotta Dance Contemporary. Some of her favorite roles include Swanhilda in Coppelia with Ballet Southeast and the Faun Couple in Alexandre Proia’s Four Seasons with Georgia Ballet. Her choreographic credits include, the opener for Passion 2014, Victoria Canal’s City Shoes music video, a short film, White Umbrella, which tells the story of a trafficking survivor from bondage to redemption, as well as the annual stage production of Sterling’s Path, a multimedia fairytale of hope and community favorite. 

 

Rebekah loves using dance to serve internationally and has travelled to countries such as Panama and Cuba to perform and conduct workshops. She also loves mentoring the next generation through teaching and is on faculty at the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education as well as a guest teacher around the US.

 

Rebekah holds a BA in Communications from Thomas Edison State University and is working on a certificate in Theological Studies through the Passion Global Institute. When she's not in the studio, Rebekah enjoys spending time with her family, reading, winding down with hand embroidery or making flower crowns. 

 

@rebekahdiaddigo 

ARTIST STATEMENT

"I believe that art shapes culture and, as a Jesus follower, I am called to use my gifts in a way that glorifies, honors, and reflects my Maker so that He might draw others into His story. Art should portray beauty, spark dialogue, inspire, engage, and connect with the audience in a way that builds and encourages others."