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TAMMY CARRASCO is dance artist based in Philadelphia. Carrasco's work has been presented by Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, Dumbo Dance Festival, Movement Research at Judson Church in collaboration with Ann Sofie Clemmensen, Dixon Place, Jennifer Mueller/The Works, Triskelion Arts, Gowanus Art and Production, and Philadelphia’s Performance Garage, to name a few. 

 

Tammy was in the first year of awardees for the New York State DanceForce Western NY Choreographers' Initiative sponsored by New York Council on the Arts, which supported a long-term creative process for now dance film, "Desert Picnic." Her work has also been supported by Greater Columbus Arts Council, The College at Brockport, Bryn Mawr College, SUNY, and The Ohio State University. Her current projects are in performance and choreography in which dance, visual art, film, text, and design merge for presentation in traditional and alternative artistic spaces. 

 

As an active teaching dance artist, Tammy has worked full and part time in various educational structures, from studios to academia, including full-time positions at Bryn Mawr College and SUNY Brockport, adjunct positions at Hillsborough Community College, lead instructor at North Carolina Governor's School East, and a graduate teaching fellow at The Ohio State University. She has guest taught and/or staged work at Drexel University, University of Memphis, University of California, Santa Barbara, University of Maryland, College Park, Montclair University, Nazareth College, University of Rochester, Jansen Dance Project, Dance with Utica festival, and internationally at Beijing Dance Academy. 

 

Carrasco received an MFA from The Ohio State University, BFA in Contemporary Dance from University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and is a Walnut Hill School alum. Committed to a lifetime of learning, Tammy is grateful for her formative study with Brenda Daniels, Bebe Miller, Sean Sullivan, Susan Rethorst, Nancy Stark Smith, and Noa Zuk, among several others. 

Facebook - photo credit Elijah Palnik
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