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Rachael Lincoln (she/her/hers)

Associate Professor
a white woman in her mid-forties with blue eyes, short hair, in a grey tank top

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(206) 543-4178
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MFA, University of California, Los Angeles, 2009
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Rachael holds an MFA from UCLA's Department of World Arts and Cultures and has taught contemporary dance practices at UCLA, Cal State LA, and the University of San Francisco. She has been an active dance-maker and performer for over two decades. Her choreographic work has been presented in venues including The Sopiensaele Theater in Berlin, and in international dance festivals in Poland, Portugal, Germany, Indonesia, and Cyprus, and has garnered her two Isadora Duncan Award nominations and The Bessie Schoenberg residency at The Yard. She has worked with companies including the Joe Goode Performance Group and Jo Kreiter Flyaway Productions in the San Francisco Bay Area and with wee dance company, Sommer Ulrickson and Jess Curtis in Berlin. Rachael has been a dancer and associate director with BANDALOOP, performing on vertical surfaces around the world since 1998. She has also had the pleasure of working with celebrated dance-makers including Bebe Miller, Sara Shelton Mann, Nancy Stark Smith, and Amelia Rudolph. With Leslie Seiters, she is co-founder and director of the collaborative duet company Lean-to-Productions. Rachael had the honor of performing Trisha Brown’s iconic solo, “Man Walking Down the Side of a Building” at The University of Washington and at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain in Paris. Rachael regularly practices, teaches, and performs with the Seattle-based ensemble improvisation collective, AVID.

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