Julia Antinozzi is a choreographer and dance artist. Her work has been presented at Triskelion Arts, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Center for Performance Research, PAGEANT, Jack Crystal Theater, Spoke the Hub (Director’s Choice) in NYC, nationally in Seattle (CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work) and Salt Lake City (Queer Spectra Arts), and featured in various online publications. Julia has held artist residencies at The Floor on Atlantic, New Dance Alliance and Motive Brooklyn. Most recently, she received the 2023-2024 Trisk Fellowship from Triskelion Arts, and was selected to be a 2023-2024 New York Live Arts Fresh Tracks Performance & Residency artist.
As a performer and collaborator, Julia has worked with Phoebe Berglund, Boy Friday, Juli Brandano, The Creature, Barbie Diewald, Ayano Elson, Amelia Koper Heintzelman, Shayla-Vie Jenkins, Anna Sperber, and performed in repertory by Merce Cunningham and Bebe Miller.
Julia graduated from Smith College cum laude with a BA in Dance and a minor in Astronomy.