Maria Bauman is a dance artist and community organizer from Jacksonville, FL and now living in Brooklyn, NY. She founded MBDance in 2007, and her choreography for MBDance is based on physical and emotional power, desire for equity, and fascination with intimacy. In particular, her dance works center the non-linear and linear stories and bodies of queer people of color onstage. She brings the same tenets to organizing to undo racism in the arts and beyond with ACRE (Artists Co-creating Real Equity), the grassroots body she co-founded with Sarita Covington and Nathan Trice. Bauman is also a Core Trainer and Organizer with The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond. She is a 2017-18 Artist in Residence at Brooklyn Arts Exchange, and the 2017 Community Action Artist in Residence at Gibney Dance.
Past Classes & Events
Fall Festival | Appetizer to the Understanding and Undoing Racism Training
|November 29, 2017||