RoseAnne Spradlin

RoseAnne Spradlin.

RoseAnne Spradlin is a New York City-based choreographer whose work explores body consciousness and innovation of structural forms in contemporary dance. In 2015, Spradlin was named director of the newly-created two-year MFA in choreography and visual arts at Wilson College. Her work has been shown at the American Dance Festival, The Kitchen, Dance Theater Workshop, and New York Live Arts, among other venues. Spradlin’s work has been recognized with numerous awards and honors, including a 2003 Bessie Award, a 2014 Ford Foundation Fellowship, a 2007 Guggenheim Fellowship, an Artist Award from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts in 2007, and Fellowships in Choreography from the New York Foundation for the Arts in 1998, 2006, and 2011. For over 20 years, Spradlin was involved in running two New York performance spaces: SQUID Performance Space (1995-2005) and Studio 65 (1990-2011). In 2016, she served as a Center LOI panelist in Performance.


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Grants & Grantees

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Collaborators & Colleagues

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Collaborators & Colleagues

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Grants & Grantees

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Grants & Grantees

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