Ivy Baldwin Dance, founded in 1999 by choreographer Ivy Baldwin, has been presented and commissioned by New York Live Arts (’12), The Chocolate Factory (’10), Dance Theater Workshop (’05 & ’08), Dixon Place (’04 & ’07), La MaMa, E.T.C (’08), Dance New Amsterdam (’07), Danspace Project, New Museum of Contemporary Art, Movement Research, Symphony Space, P.S. 122, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Philadelphia Fringe, Tanz im August in Germany, and the Dans Contemporan Festival in Romania. Baldwin’s work has been supported by the Jerome Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, Dance Force, Puffin Foundation, Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, William and Karen Tell Foundation, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and Dugas Family Foundation. Residencies and fellowships include The Bogliasco Foundation Jerome Robbins Fellowship in Dance in Bogliasco, Italy, ArtistNe(s)t Residency in Bacau, Romania, Kaatsbaan International Dance Center Residency, LMCC Swing Space Program, Bessie Schönberg Residency at The Yard, and a Sugar Salon Residency. Baldwin most recently premiered Howl, a new work for the 2011 Barnard Project at NYLA. Upcoming events include The Bogliasco Foundation Artist Advisory Committee Residency in Italy and the premiere of Ambient Cowboy at New York Live Arts May 2-5, 2012.

During her Swing Space residency, Ivy Baldwin Dance will develop a new evening-length dance, Untitled, that will premiere in NYC in 2013/14. Untitled marks a continuation of an interest in deconstructing and combining many disparate elements and influences to create mysterious, surreal worlds, full of emotional and physical extremes.

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