Contemporary with Amy Foley, Robert Moses’ Kin
In Amy Foley’s dynamic class, students progress from center work focused on alignment and warming the body to moving through space with precision and volume. Special emphasis is put on nuance, movement musicality and quick vs. suspended kinetic qualities. Amy attempts to give her students the tools with which to challenge themselves in order to dance with efficiency, power and joy — even in confined spaces!
Amy Foley is a performer, teaching-artist, and the Artistic Director of Bellwether Dance Project. She has worked with numerous San Francisco Bay Area companies and independent choreographers including Nol Simonse, ODC/Dance, Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, KAMBARA+DANCERS, Garrett+Moulton Productions, RAWdance, project b., Shift Physical Theater, and for over a decade, Robert Moses’ Kin. She teaches regularly at ODC Dance Commons and Ruth Asawa School of the Arts (SOTA) and has led master classes at Axis Dance Company, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Colorado College, Stanford University, Slippery Rock University, and Colorado State University. In 2017 Amy co-created the concert and program SEAM (Support and Elevate Artist Mothers), to support women’s leadership in the fields of choreography and dance. She is a 2018 recipient of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company’s CHIME mentorship award and recipient of an Opportunity Fund Grant from ODC and the Rainin Foundation in support of Bellwether’s 2019 home season at ODC Theater.
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