"I continuously marvel at the blessing of having attended an institution with such amazing resources, accessible and dedicated professors, and an inspiring alumni network. It was this campus that ignited my activism, my leadership, and my quest for knowledge. Thanks LMU!"
Marjani Forte is a performer, instructor and choreographer. She is a graduate of Los Angeles High School for the Arts and Loyola Marymount University with a degree in Business Marketing and a second major in Dance. Marjani has worked with several artists and companies including Earl Mosely, Garth Fagan, Blondell Cummings, and Camille Brown. She is a performing member of Urban Bush Women Dance Co., and Nia Love's Blacksmith's Daughter. She has taught master classes and workshops across the U.S. and internationally- including Germany, England, Colombia, Brazil, and Venezuela.
As an emerging choreographer she has studied with artists such as Paul Lazar and Annie-B Parsons of Big Dance Theatre and presented work for DNA's WIP Series, Irondale's Fall Festival, 60x60 Dance Fest NYC, New Orleans McKenna Museum, and more. Marjani is excited to be returning to Loyola Marymount University as choreographer-in-residence this fall, and looks forward to her growth as a woman, artist, activist, lover, sister, auntie, and daughter.