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i n t i m a t e spaces

i n t i m a t e spaces explores what makes a space intimate. Whether is it the smallness in size or the experiences had there, why does intimacy, even platonically feel so vulnerable? Unfinished People will combine video with live performance by four dancers to delve into intimacy.    Collaborating Artists: Blythe Berg Catherine Liu Hannah Westbrook Robert… Read more →

Artist Profile: Rosalia Lerner

Sometimes I can’t tell if I am flying or falling. In both instances, I feel the sky and the ground. I am free, but I can’t tell where I am going….   Am I grown up? For months now, I have been closely examining the concept of being grown up, and still can’t pin down an answer. The obvious answers… Read more →

Artist Profile: Mae Chesney

I met Mae when we were both 15 attending the Joffrey Ballet School Summer Intensive in NYC. We met again last year, more than 10 years later and immediately clicked again. Mae is the first dancer I danced with when starting Unfinished People, one of my closest friends, and my roommate. She is fearless not only in the studio, but in the… Read more →

Artist Profile: Hannah Westbrook

Hannah was my first friend while pursuing my undergrad at UC Berkeley. I am in constant awe of how many different kinds of projects she can juggle whilst still being an open and generous artist and friend. She is an incredible performer and collaborator and sweet friend.   Hannah Westbrook is a dancer, choreographer, and stage manager in the Bay Area.… Read more →


Space.     This is my go to excuse. Either I can’t afford it, I can’t carve it out in my schedule, I can’t make room in my brain for it, or it seems like that one thing, the something ever out of grasp, and if I could just wrap my arms around it and hold it tightly to my… Read more →

“Keeping it Together” for the LEVYdance Salon

They were running around climbing in the cubbies, hitting each other, climbing on her, but the thing is, she didn’t lose it. She knew it wasn’t going well by any means, but she kept it together.   The LEVYdance Salon, has afforded me the opportunity to explore my relationship to perfectionism and the ways in which “keeping it together” acts… Read more →

looking f o r w a r d.

I am not a huge resolution person, I mean, I make goals all the time, but they are mostly not for public consumption. I tend to keep those my hopes and dreams close to my heart because though my dreams are big, they are delicate. That being said… This year, I have decided to dedicate myself to my art. I… Read more →