Photo by Ellen Crane

Photo by Ellen Crane

Jennifer Chin is a native New Yorker who has been an active member of the dance community for over twenty years. As a freelance dance artist she has performed and taught throughout the United States, Italy, Canada, Mexico, Uruguay, Nicaragua and Finland with a variety of inspiring choreographers, including Alan Danielson, Kristin Jackson, Arthur Aviles, Michael Mao and Yin Mei. She received her BA from Queens College and her MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. 2013 brought Jennifer to Arizona and Italy to teach, choreograph and perform new works.  In 2011, Jennifer was sent to Nicaragua by the organization, I-Dance. Their mission is to create an “inspiration exchange” with Latin American communities. She taught and performed in Managua, Granada and Diriamba. In addition to modern dance Jennifer is an instructor in yoga, pilates, and embodied anatomy. She has been on faculty at the former Dance Space Center and Peridance in New York, Université du Québec á Montréal, and is presently on faculty at Montclair State University and The José Limón Institute.

 Colleen's set design

Colleen's set design

Colleen Kong-Savage (set designer) is an accomplished graphic artist of design and illustration. You can see her portfolio online at www.KongSavage.com or read her blog at www.kongaline.com