M.F.A. in Choreographic Inquiry
Rashaida Hill is a choreographer, dancer, community organizer, and arts facilitator from Norfolk, VA. She’s had the pleasure of training and performing for many world-renowned artists while attending Old Dominion University, The American Dance Festival, Todd Rosenlieb Dance, and the University of California, Los Angeles. As a dance maker, the continuous ebb and flow informing her work includes American/ Black American/ Black diasporic history and cultures, mental health, and trauma processing. Her work seeks to hold space for reflection, rest, recovery, and healing through invigorating and intimate theatrical displays. Now located in Los Angeles, CA, she hopes to continue to hold space for herself and others to investigate our embodied histories and make sense of our ever-changing realities.