Ivy Baldwin is a NY-based choreographer and founder of Ivy Baldwin Dance. Current projects include a site-specific work, Keen (Part 1), commissioned by and presented at the Philip Johnson Glass House in New Canaan, CT in May 2016 and Keen (Part 2), a new work commissioned by the Abrons Arts Center, Chocolate Factory, and the Joyce to premiere in 2017 at Abrons Arts Center. Since 1999, her work has been commissioned by the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York Live Arts, The Chocolate Factory, Dance Theater Workshop, Movement Research, Dixon Place, Dance New Amsterdam, Barnard College, and The Wooden Floor. Ivy Baldwin Dance has also been presented by Tanz im August Festival (Germany), Dans Contemporan Festival (Romania), Lincoln Center Out of Doors, New Museum, P.S 122, Danspace Project, La MaMa, E.T.C., Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and Appel Farm Performing Arts Center, among others. Baldwin was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2014 and is the recipient of two Bogliasco Foundation Fellowships. She has been an artist-in-residence with BAM, Movement Research, Sugar Salon, Abrons Arts Center, and ArtistNe(s)t in Romania, and her work has been supported by residencies through the Abrons Arts Center, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Kaatsbaan International Dance Center. Baldwin has received funding from the Jerome Foundation, William and Karen Tell Foundation, Trust for Mutual Understanding, NYFA BUILD, Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, Puffin Foundation, and Dugas Family Foundation. Baldwin has been on faculty at The New School, Barnard College, Rutgers University, Hunter College, Long Island University, and North Carolina School of the Arts, and is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts (MFA) and North Carolina School of the Arts (BFA).
Movement Research Performance
Ten (2014) - Ivy Baldwin
Ivy's choreography for Lang students.