MA, Dance Education, New York University, United States
BA, Fine Art, Yale University, United States
Renata Celichowska has guest taught, performed and choreographed for universities and studios across the U.S. and Europe, including two visiting lectureships at Yale University; workshops in Italy, Greece, Germany, England, Poland; a two-year artist's residency in the Czech Republic; choreography for drama and opera productions for Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Judson Church, and the Glimmerglass Opera Festival; and a longstanding teaching position at NYU. Prior to joining Tufts, Celichowska was director of the 92Y Harkness Dance Center in NYC. She was a company member with the Erick Hawkins Dance Co. and has performed with numerous NYC-based companies. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from Yale University and an MA in Dance Education from NYU. Published works include The Erick Hawkins Dance Technique and Seven Statements of Survival: Conversations with Dance Professionals. Her work has been supported by The Trust for Mutual Understanding and the National Institute to Preserve American Dance.