Wendy Woodson
Dance and Theater

Wendy Woodson is a writer, director, choreographer, and video artist and Professor of Theater and Dance at Amherst College. She has created 95 works for stage and video presented in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand and Australia. Dance and theater works have been performed in such venues as the John F. Kennedy Center, LaMaMa Etc. NYC, LaMaMa Melbourne, the Smithsonian, Jacob's Pillow, Emerson Majestic Theater, Washington Project for the Arts, Wolf Trap, PS 122 and at many colleges and universities. Video works have been exhibited at festivals throughout the US, in Germany, Sarajevo, and at the DeCordova Museum. She has received fellowships and grants in choreography, playwriting and video from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the D.C. Commission on Arts & Humanities, among others. In 2008 she was a Fulbright Senior Scholar, artist-in-residence at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia. In 2011 she was artist in residence at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, commissioned to create a video installation for the Victoria Museum of Immigration.


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