Honora Foah is the Creative Director and member of the Board of Directors for Mythic
Imagination Institute and the Mythic Journeys conferences. She was the chief producer and designer
for the UN Pavilions featured in the 1992 World Expo in Genoa, Italy, and the 1993 World Expo held in
Taejon, South Korea. As the artistic force behind Visioneering International, Inc., Ms. Foah brings to
every endeavor her extensive training and professional experience in the fine arts, including dance, music and theater.
Ms. Foah received her bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees from the University of
North Carolina. In addition to her university education, Foah studied dance under such greats as Martha Graham
and Merce Cunningham, trained extensively in drama and music, and is an accomplished performer in each of these areas.
She used her love for the arts as well as her flair for audio visual creativity as co-director
of her own dance theater company from 1976 to 1986. Schene/Hill Dancing, one of the most innovative dance
companies in New York City, was known for combining multi-media images, set design, dance, photography
and voice. In 1982, Ms. Foah was awarded a prestigious grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
After seven years at the helm of Schene/Hill Dancing, Honora Foah, a teacher since the age of 15,
immersed herself in educational studies for a Ph.D. She considers teaching and art to be her two professional
passions and believes that the perfect combination of these talents is her work, which uses creative, artistic tools
in an educational way.
In 1987, Ms. Foah teamed up with her husband, Robert, to produce imaginative high-tech audio visual
projects that are on the cutting edge of the industry. Together, they have grown in this capacity and serve as the
principal multi-media consultants to the United Nations and several Fortune 500 companies.
Visit Honora Foah at Visioneering International's website
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