photo by Kimberlee Venable

Sarah White-Ayón

Sarah White-Ayón is an artist working across the disciplines of performance, dance/choreography, video, sculpture, sound and collage. Her work has been presented through various organizations and in venues throughout the US including Roulette, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Strange Loop Gallery; SVA's Visual Arts Gallery; SVA’s Gallery 136; AUNTS; The Philadelphia Fringe Festival; Fritz Haeg's Sundown Salon; Monkey Town; Movement Research Festival; Movement Research Studies Project; Dance on Camera, Kinetic Cinema; iLAND's iLAB residency; Highways Performance Space and Gallery; Triskelion and Ulla's House Salon. She holds a B.F.A in dance from UMKC and is a 2011 graduate of the School of Visual Art’s M.F.A Photo, Video and Related Media Program. In addition to her own work, she has performed and/or collaborated in the work of such artists as robbinschilds, Felicia Ballos, Nancy Garcia, Flora Weigman, Rebecca Brooks, Jennifer Monson, Levi Gonzalez, Alex Escalante, Simone Coutu, architect, Angel Ayón and 3D photographer, Gerald Marks among others. She is currently dancing with Antonio Ramos and The Gangbangers and Walter Dundervill. 

Faculty,

Studies Project Participant

Past Classes & Events

Does the Dance Field Make Room for Dancer-Parents?

April 29, 2017
event

Alexander Technique

Wed, Jan 4 – Feb 22, 2017
class