Stephanie Turner | email@example.com
Stephanie is a dance choreographer, performer, and educator based in Providence, RI. Her work evolves from a deep curiosity for learning through the body, building community, and using performance as a process of re-enchanting everyday life.
She has taught Contact Improvisation and Contemporary Dance as an Adjunct Lecturer at Brown University, Salve Regina University and as a teaching fellow at Hampshire and Smith College. As the founder/director of The Movement Exchange and as an independent artist, she produced dance and theater events, hosting local and international artists. Her choreographic work has been presented in several venues throughout Providence, Boston, Philadelphia and NYC.
Stephanie is currently on the dance faculty at Roger Williams University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and teaches classes as a guest artist at Brown University. She is the editorial assistant and marketing developer for Janet Adler’s newest book, Intimacy in Emptiness: An Evolution of Embodied Consciousness. Stephanie is also a performer and choreographer for Jack in the Box Horror. She holds a BFA in dance performance from Rhode Island College and MFA in Choreography from Smith College.