Camille LeFevre has been an interdisciplinary arts journalist, writer, editor, and educator for 30+ years.
She was the dance critic for the Star Tribune and minnpost.com, and writes about dance for Dance Magazine, mnartists.org and other publications. She is the author of The Dance Bible: The Complete Guide for Aspiring Dancers, and Charles R. Stinson Architects: Compositions in Nature. She is a former editor of Architecture Minnesota and writes about architecture for national and regional publications. As an Adjunct Professor at the U of M, she has developed and taught a Graduate School course on “Human Identity in the Biotech Age,” a variety of professional arts-journalism courses in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and classes on dance criticism and dance appreciation. She’s presented aspects of her Master of Liberal Studies thesis, “Cyborg Ballerina, Cyber Warrior: A Study of Dancing Human/Machine Hybrids from Sylphide to Science Fiction,” as well as her research on site-specific dance, at international academic conferences. She is also a communications strategist and content creator for architecture firms and nonprofit arts organizations.