Sarah Dahnke/Round Tuit Dance Project

Sarah Dahnke is a Brooklyn-based choreographer, multimedia artist, and arts educator. She has earned a bachelors in dance performance from Oklahoma City University, a masters in interactive telecommunications from New York University. She began her professional career as a dancer touring the U.S. and Europe, performing everywhere from City Center in New York to Lollapalooza in Chicago. She performed with dance companies and bands, such as Chicago Tap Theater, Undertoe Dance Project, Suite 132 Dance Company, Jigsaw Soul and The Polyphonic Spree.
Under the name Round Tuit Dance Project, Dahnke’s choreography for stage and video has been showcased nationwide at venues such as Dance Theater Workshop, CPR-Center for Performance Research, 319 Scholes, DUO Multicultural Arts Center, Milkbar (Oakland), Hyde Park Arts Center (Chicago), Ruth Page Center for the Arts (Chicago), Estrella Gallery (New Mexico), EMP Collective (Baltimore), Gowanus Ballroom, and Grace Exhibition space and has been presented by organizations such as Movement Research, Arts in Bushwick, Figment Festival and In/Out Fest.
Sarah previously worked for Marina Abramovic and The Kitchen and was the artist residency coordinator for chashama North. She teaches dance and video throughout New York City through Spoke the Hub community arts center and The Tribeca Film Institute.

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