Stacy Grossfield
Parent Artist Space Grant (Summer 2023)

Stacy Grossfield was a 2019 Bessie Award nominee for Outstanding Breakout Choreographer. Originally from Lakeland, FL, she has choreographed and performed in NYC since 2003. Her most recent work, “metamorphosis”, was presented at The Kitchen in the Dance and Process series in April 2019 and was remounted at In The Works 2020. Her previous pieces include “hot dark matter” presented by JACK, “Red, Pink, Black”, and “Fur & Tulle”. She received a 2021 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency COVID-19 Grant, two FCA Emergency Grants, 2016/2019, and a Manhattan Community Arts Fund grant, 2013, for “Red, Pink, Black”. Grossfield was a 2018 LiftOff Resident Artist at New Dance Alliance and has shown her work at 92nd St. Y, BAX, BRIC Studio, CPR, CATCH, DTW, Food for Thought at Danspace Project, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Roulette, and through AUNTS at various venues including NADA Art Fair, and the New Museum. She was a 2008-2009 Fresh Tracks AIR at DTW. She curated dance at JACK 2013-2022, taught a work-in-progress feedback class at Brooklyn Studios for Dance, and has served on dance panels in NYC. She holds a BFA in Dance Performance from SUNY Purchase, 2003. Grossfield choreographs for theater and video as well. She choreographed “Quiet, Comfort”, a Hoi Polloi production at JACK, and the Okkervil River music video “Judey On A Street”.

Stacy became a mother in 2017 and again to her second baby born in 2022.