Esrom Williams

Mentor: Dr. Trent D. Williams Jr
College of The Arts
"" I grew up in a big multi-cultural family that taught me a great deal about diversity! Being a Jamaican-Indian and learning two ways of life and even being able to combine the two, has open my mind to seeing the world through a wider spectrum. I am interested in researching how the hybrid of two cultural movements create a new artistic element.""


BFA Dance



Research Interests

  • Dance Movement
  • Cultural Infusion
  • Technique Performance

Academic Awards

  • Florida Theatrical Association Scholarship


  • Caribbean Student Association
  • Jamaican-American Student Association
  • Dance In A Suitcase


  • N/A

Hobbies and Interests

  • Photography/Videography
  • Cooking
  • Traveling
  • Leadership

Research Description

Collision of Movement
Dance plays a valuable role in many cultures. It is sometimes the heart and soul of a community. Through out the 2015-2016 school year I will be choreographing a piece that engulfs movement from Modern Contemporary and Traditional Kathak. I will be participating in a one week Dance Fellowship at the University of Trinidad & Tobago, that will help me understand the specific technique, history, and artistic qualities Modern and Kathak posses. There will also be a one on one Q&A forum with professionals in this field. Gathering all this valuable information will guide my creativity to form a piece that will support the meaning of Diversity.