MyLoan Dinh and her husband, Till Schmidt Rimpler (Dance choreographer/ Theatre director/ Cultural facilitator) have worked together since 1996, collaborating with artists of diverse disciplines through the creation of an international community of artists called Moving Poets. Together they have presented multimedia dance theatre productions, lead creative workshops, created teen youth programs, produced and presented music concerts, curated exhibitions and presented a wide range of art and cultural festivals in the USA and Germany. Through their work they continue to build community and facilitate direct connections and exchanges between the arts, creators and audiences.

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Arts & Science Council

Moving Poets Challenge Misconception and Prejudices Through Art

January 30, 2020 | By Bernie Petit


Charlotte Observer

Charlotte art events focus on hardships immigrants face, contributions they make

4.30.2019 by Lawrence Toppman


Charlotte Observer - Charlotte

Moving Poets’ ‘6/15’ brings back the unexpected to modern dance showcase at Chop Shop

20.4.2015 by Steven Brown


KulturFenster - Berlin

POETS ON THE MOVE - Kunst kommt von Menschen

01.01.2014  von Michael Menke



Lass uns Brooklyn spielen

12.07.2013 von Anna Pataczek


Neue Bücher Zeitung (NZZ News), Berlin/Zürich

Im Osten viel Neues

10.12.2013 von Christian Hunziker


Creative Loafing - Charlotte


08.11.2013 by Perry Tannenbaum


MAULBEERBLATT, Das Kulturmagazin fuer den Berliner Suedosten

Kunst kommt vom Menschen

17.06.2013 von Janina Rieck


Creative Loafing - Charlotte

It's Make-or-Break Time for Moving Poets 

March 2006 by Perry Tannenbaum


Museum of the New South - Charotte

Project Hometown: Create. Don't Hate

Award winning innovative educational and youth outreach program

Dance Magazine - USA

Seven Deadly Sins Review

2005 by Lea Marshall

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