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Noel Price-Bracey (She/Her)

Graduate Student, Department of Dance

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Noelle Price is a contemporary creator from Detroit, MI. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Dance from Western Michigan University in 2014, Noelle moved to Seattle, WA, where she began her professional career as an artist, arts advocate, and educator. 

In 2016 Noelle wrote and performed her one-woman play Death and Other Rude Things at the once vibrant and beloved Pocket Theater in Greenwood. She performed live with cellist Gretchen Yanover at McCaw Hall for TEDx Seattle 2019 and received Seattle Dances - Dance Crush Award for her commitment to advocacy through dance that same year. Price presented at the DEAW conference 2020, the Vashon Center for the Arts Shaping Movement - Body Image Conferences in 2021 while acting as chair for the Black Alumni Advisory Council (BAAC) of WMU. Noelle developed as a dance educator by teaching for many dance institutions such as Cornish College of the Arts (2019-2021) and eXitSPACE School of Dance (2015 - 2021). Price was commissioned to set work for Gonzaga in Florence; Black Lives Matter - A Global Pandemic, law conference held in 2021. The creation titled Pay the Price explored the past and present narrative of racial and systemic injustice through the lens of the oppressor. 

Noelle’s passions led her to establish PRICEarts LLC in 2015. As the Executive Director and founding member of the Seattle-based PRICEarts Never Ending Work dance project, Noelle continues to help uphold the company mission to empower communities to find freedom through art. Noelle seeks to model this mission of finding freedom in her life and teaching.