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Meghan Frederick is a performer, choreographer and dance educator based in Brooklyn, NY and is the director of Meghan Frederick/Practice Project: an arts platform dedicated to the creation and performance of original dance works and the stewardship of supportive spaces for artistic exploration. Her choreography has been shown in New York City at Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, The Wild Project, Dance New Amsterdam, Green Space, Open Performance through Movement Research, STUFFED at the Judson Church, and at Bates Dance Festival, Rutgers University, Denmark Arts Center (ME) and Barn Arts Collective (ME). Meghan has recently performed with Liz Lerman, Denman Theater and Dance Company, Kendra Portier, Maya Orchin, Catherine Galasso, Carlye Eckert, Laura Peterson Choreography, Jules Bakshi, Marielis Garcia, and Brian Brooks Moving Company (’08-’14). Meghan appears in a dance film by Haylee Nichele with Derrick Belcher and Tim Fain, and in a music video for Esmé Patterson choreographed by Carlye Eckert and directed by David Nuewirth. Meghan has taught in the dance departments of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with Brian Brooks Moving Company and Bowdoin College with Laura Peterson Choreography, as well as at Rutgers University as adjunct faulty, and as a guest artist at Hunter College, Bates College, Dance New Amsterdam, Gibney Dance Center, Moving Target Portland, and 100 Grand. Meghan attended Hampshire College where she designed her own major combining dance and cultural studies and teaches Pilates in New York City.