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Anne Alma Zuerner

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Anne Zuerner is a contemporary choreographer, dancer and teacher from Rhode Island, living in Bushwick, Brooklyn since 2006. Her work has been presented by The Invisible Dog (2014), Danspace Project (Spring Season 2012 and Food for Thought 2011 curated by Pam Tanowitz), Movement Research at the Judson Church (2008 and 2012), RAW Material and RAW Directions at Dance New Amsterdam (2009 and 2013), Triskelion Arts (2009), among others. Additional seasons include the evening-length near the far at Center for Performance Research (2010). She has directed five evening-length collaborations for the roof of her building, 345 Eldert St. Anne’s work has received funding from the Brooklyn Arts Council and a fellowship from Summer Stages Dance. As a teacher, Anne has worked for Lincoln Center Education, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, New Victory Theater, Center for Arts Education and Cynthia King Dance Studio.

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Archaea for the Evergreens

An intergenerational site-based work made for the 225-acre Evergreens Cemetery, Archaea for the...

Posted:3 years ago


Inspired by a cemetery on the Brooklyn/Queens border, Anne Zuerner’s Archaea, brings...

Posted:4 years ago