Milka Djordjevich (pronounced GEORGE-uh-vitch) is a dance artist and arts administrator based in Brooklyn. Raised by Serbian parents in Long Beach, California, she received a B.A. from UCLA and an M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College. Milka’s practice is driven both by the personalities of the artists she works with and by self-sustaining approaches to dance-making that are artist-driven and run. Milka’s choreography has been shown at several New York City venues, including Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project, Movement Researchat Judson Church, and Starr Space. As a dancer, she has performed for many choreographers, most recently working with Natalie Green, Sam Kim, and Jennifer Monson. Milka was a 2006-2007 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence, a visiting student at P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels at the end of 2007, and a 2008 danceWEB Europe Scholar. With Jeff Larson, Chris Peck, and Anna Sperber, Milka curated the Movement Research Spring Festival 2008: Somewhere Out There. Her blog, milkadj.wordpress.com, has received as many as 26 hits in a single day.