Photo by Maria Baranova

Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith

Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith have been making dances in New York since 2006. Recent works include: Gloria (Abrons Arts Center, 2021, New York Live Arts, 2022), gloria rehearsal excerpt (Baryshnikov Arts Center, 2021), Body Comes Apart (New York Live Arts, 2019, Documented by The New York Public Library, Jerome Robbins Dance Division and remounted for Live Artery, January 2020), Basketball (PS122 and Baryshnikov Arts Center for COIL 2017), Rude World (PS122 and The Chocolate Factory Theater for COIL 2015), Tulip (Roulette, 2013; Judson Now at Danspace Project, 2012), and Beautiful Bone (The Chocolate Factory Theater, 2012). Residencies and awards: Dance/NYC NYS Tier II Grant, 2021 Jerome Hill Fellowship Finalists, 2021/2022 Artists in Residence at Movement Research, 2020/2021 Jerome Foundation AIRSpace Residency at Abrons Art Center, FCA Emergency Grant for Basketball 2019, 2019 BACSpace Residency at Baryshnikov Art Center, 2018 Family Residency at Mt. Tremper Arts, 2018 Bessie Schonberg Fellows at The Yard, 2018 DiP Residency Artists at Gibney, Featured as one of Alastair Macaulay's "Best Dance of 2017" in The New York Times for Basketball, 2016 LMCC Process Space Residency, 2015 Rosas Summer Studios Recipient, PS122’s 2014/2015 RAMP Artist, 2014 BACSpace Residency at Baryshnikov Art Center, 2013 New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award Nomination for Emerging Choreographer, and the 2013 NYFA Fellow Finalist Award. Molly and Eleanor were Guest Artists at Connecticut College in 2015, co-taught at Sarah Lawrence in the Spring of 2018, and at The New School in Fall of 2019. Molly received a 2016 NY Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award for Performance, and is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) who works at NYU Langone Hospital in Brooklyn. Eleanor is a Dance MFA Candidate at Hunter College (CUNY). cleardot.gif

[Image Description: Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith stand next to one another, both looking at the camera with introspective faces. Eleanor is a white woman with wavy brown hair and a black shirt. Molly is a white woman with black hair and a grey shirt. There is a soft pink light in the room.]

2021-2022 NYSCA Artist-in-Residence,

Fall 2022 [email protected] Artist,

Spring 2022 [email protected] Artist

Past Classes & Events

Movement Research at the Judson Church

March 28, 2022

(CANCELED) Movement Research at the Judson Church

January 24, 2022