Beth Gill is a Guggenheim, Doris Duke Impact, and “Bessie” Award winning choreographer based in New York City since 2005. Through a steady exploration of aesthetics and perception, she has produced a rigorous body of work with evolving interests in abstraction, psychology, theater and dance. Her formal and exacting works are toned with the themes of alienation, objectification, female sexuality, rage and obsession. Gill has been a Princeton Hodder Fellow, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Extended Life Artist in Residence, New York City Center Choreography Fellow and a 2012 FCA grant recipient.
Past Classes & Events
|Jul 16 – Jul 20, 2018||