GALLIM presents "Why Do We Dance?" at The National Arts Club
Andrea Miller is a choreographer, director and founder of the multi-disciplinary organization GALLIM, working in live and digital movement expression. Her works have been called “as ancient as they are modern.”
A Guggenheim, Sadler’s Wells and Princess Grace Fellow, Miller is the first choreographer to be named Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A Juilliard graduate and dancer with Batsheva Ensemble, she transitioned to choreography at age 25 and over the last 15 years has created internationally, most recently for Lincoln Center, the New York City Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Company and Alvin Ailey II. Passionate about the role of dance education in social change, she envisions GALLIM as a community with voices from many disciplines.
Join Miller and her dancers, as they share her philosophy and works in performance.
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