Seasons Center's Executive Director,
Choreographer, Performer, Dance Educator,
Ministry Leader, Servant of God.
Kai Knight is a choreographer, performer, and instructor with
over 35 years of professional experience.
Founder and director of Seasons Center
Seans Center hosts multi-cultural programming that assists
women, families, and communities by the application of faith, education, and the performing arts.
Founder and Executive Director of
Cultural Ties Dance Festival: Movement of the African Diaspora.
Artistic director of
Silhouette Dance Ensemble
An active member in the New Orleans-based cultural performance companies;
Bamboula 2000 Band
Kumbuka African Drum and Dance Collective
Featured performing artist of Junebug Productions/ Gomela. Choreographed for “Le Code Noir,” directed by Tommye Myrick.
various institutions, workshops, and conferences
locally, nationwide, and internationally
-The Urban Bush Women Summer Leadership Institute
-IABD Dance Festivals
- Haiti / Vinn Pran Baget Drum and Dance retreat Cap-Haitien
Brazillian Dance /Casa Samba dance company
Camera Dance/Hamburg Germany
Directed and presented numerous public events, dance dramas, productions, and works with dancers from beginners through professional levels.
Kai Knight is an adjunct teacher at Loyola University
Teaches African diaspora movement, ballet, and jazz.
Dance styles range:
African, Haitian, Brazilian, modern, jazz, and contemporary.
Her goal is to better provide individual, social, and community healing through the integration of faith into the performance arts, cultural awareness, and social justice.