Space Grant 2009/2010
Ivy Baldwin is a NY-based choreographer, performer, teacher, and founder of Ivy Baldwin Dance. Since 1999, her work has been commissioned in the U.S. by the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM Next Wave Festival), The Philip Johnson Glass House (CT), Abrons Arts Center, The Joyce Theater (Joyce Unleashed), The Chocolate Factory, The Wooden Floor (CA), Dance Theater Workshop, New York Live Arts, Dixon Place, Dance New Amsterdam, and Manitoga/Russel Wright Design Center. Baldwin is the recipient of many awards including fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation (2014, Choreography), Bogliasco Foundation (2019, 2012, 2009), MacDowell (2016), Marble House Project (2018), Yaddo (2018), and currently, Gibney Dance In Process (DiP) (2020/21). Baldwin has been an artist-in-residence with BAM, Movement Research, Abrons Arts Center, Hunter College, The Yard, ArtistNe(s)t (Romania), Sugar Salon/Barnard College, Center For Performance Research, Manitoga / Russel Wright Design Center, and 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center, and currently, Redtail Arts/Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning and Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Baldwin has received support for her work from the Jerome Foundation, William and Karen Tell Foundation, Trust for Mutual Understanding, New York Foundation for the Arts, Dugas Family Foundation, The Fund For Good Work, Lumpkin Family Foundation, Puffin Foundation, Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, and Foundation for Contemporary Art Emergency Grant. Baldwin has been a guest artist, choreographer, adjunct faculty member at numerous colleges and universities including Barnard College, New York University, North Carolina School of the Arts, Iowa State University, Hunter College, The New School, Long Island University, Washington University, Rutgers University, and Bard College (2020). Baldwin has also taught at Dance New Amsterdam and BAM/Mark Morris Dance Center in NYC and assisted choreographer David Neumann on An Octoroon (Soho Rep.), Hagoromo (BAM, ADI, Pocantico Center) and Futurity (Soho Rep.). Baldwin holds degrees from the North Carolina School of the Arts (BFA) and New York University Tisch School of the Arts (MFA).