Duration: 00:12:57; Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1; Hue: 10.047; Saturation: 0.306; Lightness: 0.103; Volume: 0.177; Cuts per Minute: 2.237
Summary: The 2nd International Odissi Festival was organised by IPAP between August 28 - 31, 2003, in Washington D.C. Dedicated to the memory of Guru Pankaj Charan Das, who passed away in June 2003, it brought together Odissi dancers and scholars from all over the world.
Jamie Lynn Colley trained under Dr. Ratna Roy in the mahari tradition of Padmashri Guru Pankaj Charan Das and completed the curriculum at The Evergreen State College. She has gone through exended programs, such as "Dance and Therapy," "The Dance of the Goddess." Jamie has also studied Indian history, culture, literature, and folklore extensively. She has completed her Masters Degree in Education at Antioch University in spring 2003. Since Fall 2000, Jamie has taught both the Beginning and the Intermediate Orissi Dance modules, through Part-time Studies. Since Fall 2001, she has been working extensively on the basics of Orissi/Odissi dance, including flexibility and strengthening exercises and yoga in her Beginning Orissi class. She is completing her certification in Laban Movement Analysis and is applying her learning to a dance choreography by Guru Pankaj Charan Das as her research project.
Here, she performs an ashtapadi from the Gita Govinda, yahi madhava yahi kesava ma vada kaitava vadam.