Rebekah Chappell is a teaching artist, performer, and dance maker. She received her M.F.A. in dance from The University of Iowa and B.F.A. in dance from Shenandoah University. She is pursuing her Alexander Technique Teacher Training with Chesapeake Bay Alexander Studies. Chappell has taught throughout The United States, working with universities, public and private schools, studios, and community programs. Her choreography considers the relationship between art and efficacy, examining processes that facilitate personal transformation. She investigates performances of experience, dances made in, out of, and from an event rather than about it. She is honored to be a visiting Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the M.F.A. program in dance at Hollins University.
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