Is a freelance dance artist based in Brooklyn. She holds a BFA in Dance from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Ariel has worked with Meredith Monk, Stefanie Nelson, Ivy Baldwin, Douglas Dunn, Celia Rowlson-Hall, Eva Dean, among others. Her dancing has taken her to Northern Israel where she trained with the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company and performed the works of Rami Be’er, and to Tel Aviv to collaborate in a study of choreographer, Yasmeen Godder's work, Storm End Come, under the direction of Anat Vaadia. Ariel was recently invited to present her solo work Ergon Nomoi in Chicago for the Harvest Chicago Contemporary Dance Festival. Her company dance work includes: Elisabeth Motley/Motley Dance, Jessica Gaynor Dance, and Mari Meade Dance Company. Her latest project is her own ongoing improvisational movement series MondayMoves.

Is am a dancer, choreographer and teacher living in Brooklyn, originally from the Olympic Peninsula (Port Angeles, WA). Her creative work manifests from dancing and takes shape in choreographed work, photography, collage, creative writing and sound design. She thinks of my process as mercurial and shape shifting and when making a dance, constructing and distilling an atmosphere that rides parallel to the work. She immerses herself in a process of dance training, continuously interested in the materiality of the body and the invitation from dancing into magical thinking and fantasy. When looking at her creative work, you might see slippage, blurry foggy chaos, melancholy, collaged limbs.


Photo by Yi-Chun Wu

Photo by Yi-Chun Wu

Is a choreographer, dancer, and director based in Brooklyn, NY. Recent work in NYC has been presented by The Exponential Festival (2019/20 Exponential Fellow), Ars Nova (ANT FEST 2018), New York Live Arts (2017/18 Fresh Tracks Artist in Residence), Movement Research at Judson Church, Gibney Dance (WorkUp), Dixon Place, CPR (Chez Bushwick Artist in Residence), HERE Arts Center, Roulette, Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center, BAX, and The 92nd Street Y, among others. She’s collaborated with theater artists (Magda San Millan, New Saloon, Henry Vick) musicians (Lily McQueen, Sullivann, Johanna Warren) and visual artists (Janel Schultz, Emily Gui). As a performer she’s landed in theaters, museums, basements, shipping crates, walls, and on the Highline without permission. Fagan is also the creator/director of CAMP: Collaborative Arts Mobility Project, an experimental summer arts residency program for artists across disciplines entering its 5th season. She graduated from Bard College in 2011, where she received the Ana Itelman Prize for Choreography.