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Jaiquan Laurencin is an educator, performer, and choreographer born and raised in

Hartford, Connecticut where he studied under his mentor Jolet Creary in multiple styles.

After moving to Texas, he received his Bachelor of Arts in Dance Education from Texas

Woman's University where he was awarded Undergrad Excellence in Performance his

first year. During these years he was able to train at Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts,

attend multiple dance festivals, compete with a hip hop company and take summer

intensives such as Noble Motion Dance Intensive. As a performer he has danced for

companies such Dark Circles Contemporary Dance under Joshua Peugh, Pedestrian

Dance Movement under Liz Terry and a guest performer with Noble Motion Dance

under Andy and Dion Noble. Artists he has worked with include Sidra Bell, Gabrielle

Lamb, Gregory Dolbashian, Justin Giles, and Meredith Rainey to name a few. Along

with getting the opportunity to be on film, perform at fashion shows and appear in music

videos such as Bastille’s music video Glory. He has worked with nonprofit organizations

such as performance theaters, preprofessional and professional companies and

multiple dance studios teaching workshops and choreographing works. Currently he’s a

Dance Director at Grand Prairie Fine Arts Academy, while teaching and choreographing

around Dallas-Fort Worth, hoping to grow and inspire the next generation of artist.

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