Anne has taught students off all ages, backgrounds and levels of experience for the past 15 years. She is well versed in modern dance, ballet, improvisation and teaching composition, with additional experience teaching partner acrobatics, tumbling, physical theater, capoeira, flamenco, street jazz, and hip hop. As a teaching artist she has worked for Lincoln Center Education, The New Victory Theater, Cynthia King Dance Studio, Brooklyn Arts Exchange and Center for Arts Education, Phillips Academy Andover, among others.
Anne began teaching at MS 358 in Jamaica, Queens in September 2015. As the founding dance teacher at this brand new new middle school, Anne has had the pleasure of building a dance program from the ground up. Her curriculum fuses a multicultural approach to dance along with creative approaches that teach students technical skills, the cultural significance of many dance forms as well as helping them build skills of collaboration, creative thinking and self expression. Her students have performed in a professional project at The Evergreens Cemetery and the Queens Borough Arts festival at the Queens Theater.
Left: Ms 358 Dance Majors in rehearsal at the Queens Borough Arts Festival at the Queens theater.
Right: Teaching at Fleet Moves Dance Festival in Wellfleet, MA. Photo by Whitney Browne.