Greer Dworman is a Chicago-born now Brooklyn-based performer and maker. Her work has been presented in venues across Chicago and is now emerging within the New York performance community. She has been presented through the CATCH series, Brink! at Dixon Place (in collaboration with Tess Dworman) and at Brooklyn Studios for Dance. She has had the pleasure of working with artists such as Taisha Paggett, Kim Brandt, Emily Johnson/Catalyst, Joshua Kent, Erica Ricketts, Isabelle Collazo, Tess Dworman and Lisa Gonzalez among others. Dworman will be a participating artist in the Movement Research at the Judson Church series and SHELTER Talk series in Fall 2016. Dworman presently and passionately investigates comedy and pop culture in her work, grappling with larger ideas in the world, located in personal narrative and concerning herself with The Right Now.
Dworman received her BFA in Dance Making from the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago. She has worked as an arts administrator and arts advocate in the field since 2010, beginning with The Apprentice Producer's Program at Links Hall, assisting to produce their presenting season in Fall/Spring 2010-2011. From 2012-2014, she provided administrative support for OuterSpace Studios and The Space Movement Project (TSMP) and founded their ongoing works-in-progress series Research Project in 2013. In addition to her work as the Operations Manager at Movement Research, Dworman provides consulting services to individual artists, non-profits, and creative small businesses advising on money management tools as a peer artist, employing a shared language around money and the arts.