Emma Rose Brown

Emma Rose Brown

 

Emma Rose Brown is a Queens-based performer, multidisciplinary artist, and audio archivist working in the field of dance. She assists in the preservation and production of the Dance Oral History Project at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Emma recently wrote a collection of scores called Scores for Rooms, some of which were performed in June by members of the Rochester Folk Arts Guild. This past year she was an artist-in-residence at The School for Contemporary Dance and Thought, The School of Making Thinking, and at the Ridgewood Older Adult Center through the Queens Council on the Arts.  Emma has collaborated, improvised, and performed in the work of Diana Crum, Keely Garfield, Lisa Parra, Tyler Rai, Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey, Joanna Kotze, Brooklyn Touring Outfit, K.J. Holmes, Inkyung Lee, and Emily Johnson. As a member of the Ridgewood Tenants Union, Emma works to educate NYC tenants about their rights. Emma holds a BA from Smith College in American Studies and hails from Watertown, Massachusetts.