Beth Gill

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Dance – Choreography

New York, NY
May 2024, two weeks

Beth Gill is a choreographer based in New York City. Combining experimental and traditional approaches, she makes formal and exacting works centered around acts of obsession and transformation. Gill’s work has been recognized with multiple awards, including the Herb Alpert Award, Doris Duke Impact Award, and the New York State Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award, among others. Fellowships include the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship and the Princeton Lewis Center for the Arts Hodder Fellowship. She has toured nationally and internationally. Gill has taught dance and composition at Bard College, the University of the Arts, and at Sarah Lawrence College.

Beth Gill attended through ACA’s 2023-2024 Howard Gilman + Mertz Gilmore pilot consortium program. These artists will participate in three funded residencies at ACA residency partner hosts sites: The Anderson Center, The Arts Center at Governors Island, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography throughout 2024. This residency program is made possible by the generous support of Artist Communities Alliance and the Howard Gilman Foundation and Mertz Gilmore Foundation.