Meryl Murman is a New Orleans based artist and human rights organizer working in mixed platforms of dance, film and performance since 2004. Her work has been seen through residencies and commissions in NYC, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Cleveland, and Bangor in addition to being presented at the Fusebox Festival in Austin and eDGe Dance Festival in New Orleans. Internationally, her work has been presented in Berlin Germany, London England, Madrid Spain, Johannesburg South Africa and St. Tropez France, where it has received nominations and awards. She has lectured, taught workshops, and presented research at ImpuslTanz International Dance Festival in Vienna, Austria, and at FIX Art Space in Thessaloniki Greece, as well as various programs and universities in the US including Yale, NYU, and California Institute for the Arts. In New Orleans she co-founded Broken Wings Productions, a laboratory dedicated to experimenting with the intersection of dance and cinema, and is the artistic director of FLOCK, a dance cohort dedicated to developing off-beat performance that stretches the boundaries of contemporary dance. Murman received her BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and her MFA in Choreography and Integrated Media at California Institute for the Arts.
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