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Teaching Practice

Kimberly actively teaches classes and workshops in NYC and around the world. 


As a former member of the Merce Cunningham company, I work closely with the Cunningham Trust (MCT) to offer both virtual and in-person technique classes. Most recently, I was a teaching artist at Bates Dance Festival (2022), as well as have forged a strong partnership with the dance department at Dewitt Clinton High School in Bronx, NY.


I also work with MCT to facilitate workshops to re-stage Cunningham works with professional artists, both as a Cunningham Fellow and co-stager. More information on workshops with the Trust can be found here.



Currently, I am the advisor for the BFA seniors in the Ailey-Fordham Program. At Ailey, and other institutions, I offer a senior workshop that helps students identify and articulate a fuller sense of themselves as people and artists so they can articulate what success looks like for them in its many phases. This immersive workshop can be anywhere from 1-4 hours and includes a mix of practical thinking while encouraging soon-to-be graduates to stay connected to dreams and hopes for their futures.



I love working with young dance professionals and have most recently been commissioned by the American Dance Festival (ADF) as a Footprints artist, and by SUNY Purchase to create original works for students:

The Eclipse (2023) at SUNY/Purchase

This place (2022) at ADF

This place (2022), commissioned as part of ADF Footprints.

Eclipse (2023), commissioned by SUNY Purchase. Trailer by Daniel Madoff.

Left: Rehearsing with Purchase Dance Company, 2022.

Center: Cunningham Technique Students at Bates Dance Festival, 2022.

Right: Studio time at Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU, 2022.

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