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Mariah Maloney, artistic director of Mariah Maloney Dance was born and raised in Alaska. Her choreography has been presented internationally in The United States; Canada; Europe; Asia and South America. From 1995-2002 she performed with the Trisha Brown Dance Company, creating original roles. Today she continues her relationship with TBDC by serving as an international guest artist. Recent engagements include the Theater Academy Helsinki and Columbia College Chicago where Mariah's re-staging of Set and Reset/Reset premiered at the Dance Center. Mariah earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Purchase College Conservatory of Dance, State University of New York, and a Master of Fine Arts from Hollins University/American Dance Festival. Mariah serves The College at Brockport’s Department of Dance as an Assistant Professor and The Graduate Program Director.
Mariah is currently exploring solo and small group work examining time and location through improvisation. Each year she creates new work and enjoys investigating reflection/response between solo and group work. Mariah Maloney & Artists will share work at the Visual Studies Workshop First Friday Event April 6th at 8pm.
Mariah is an internationally regarded teacher and has worked in Helsinki, Finland; Santiago, Chile; Dublin, Ireland; Moscow, Russia; Marseille, France; Inch eon, Korea; Dresden, Germany; Vancouver, Canada. Mariah has enjoyed serving as a guest artist at several universities including: Columbia College Chicago; The University of South Florida; Ohio University; Dartmouth College; The University of Maryland Baltimore County. She has also served as faculty at The American Dance Festival; Master Series Peridance; Trisha Brown Dance Company Intensives.
In New York City, Mariah’s work has been produced at: La MaMa; Judson Church; The Kitchen; Danspace Project; Dance New Amsterdam; The Brooklyn Museum of Art; Green Space; WAX. Artistic collaborators include Pulitzer Prize winner Yusef Kumonyakaa, Dublin, Ireland based Lad Lane; American composer James J. Kaufmann, American Percussionist Susie Ibarra; Visual Artist Cinda Kelly and designers Bill Brewer and Sandy Cain.
At Brockport Mariah enjoys mentoring graduate students inside thesis projects. Mariah enjoys working with graduate and undergraduate students in all levels of somatic based modern; composition; improvisation; seminar and repertory. Mariah’s new choreography a 2012 premiere will present at Green Space Blooms, NYC and Bunnell Street Arts Center, Homer Alaska.
Graduate Student Story - I am Where I Have To Be - Marielys Burgos-Melendez
Graduate Student Story - Janet's Brockport Experience
Undergraduate Student Profile - Michelle Glynn
Dance Faculty and Graduate Students Present at National Conference
Brockport dancers steal the show at American College Dance Festival
David Dorfman Dance
Strasser Studio/Hartwell Hall