Cheryl Clark, Certified Movement Analyst (CMA), Body-Mind Centering Practitioner, BMC®, Registered Somatic Movement Therapist/Educator, RSMT/E, is a senior teacher and former director of education at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies. She currently teaches at College for the Performing Arts at The New School University and Wagner College. She has performed with various New York artists and nationally; she choreographed and taught across many performance modalities dance, theater and opera. Her choreography for Romeo and Juliet was cited in the New York Times as “joyous.” She has taught at numerous institutions either as staff or guest artist. A partial list includes: Marymount Manhattan College, Barnard College, Drew University, Hebrew Union University, Mannes School of Music, The Atlantic Theater Company, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Wagner College and School for Film and Television International teaching/presenting includes: Theaterzwang Festival in Dortmund, Germany. Shanghai, China; she currently teaches the Laban work in Taiwan for the Taiwan Dance Research Society. She completed the Dance Movement Therapy program at Pratt Institute in May 2019 and is finishing her thesis, Moving Space/Moving Mind which explores the relationship between dance movement and plasticity of the mind for persons with dementia.
Festival Fall 2019
Past Classes & Events
Fall Festival | Social Wounds in the BodyMind: Somatic & Trauma-Informed practices for Collective Healing
|December 08, 2019||