Lauren Horn
laurenhorndances@gmail.com 

Education
Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude Amherst College | Amherst, MA May 2017

       • Majors: Psychology and Theatre and Dance
       • Thesis performance in Dance: The Invisibility of Identity

Choreographic Experience
2019
“Text Messages” a solo created by Lauren Horn and commissioned to be performed at The BAM Fisher Theater in Brooklyn, NYC

2019

“Femme_Factional.mp4” a solo created by Lauren Horn and commissioned to be performed in We Create!
Women in the Arts Festival in Boston, MA


2019
“Text Messages” a solo created by Lauren Horn and commissioned to be performed in Chop Shop Bodies of Work Festival in Belleview, WA


2018-2019
Artist in Residence, The Studio of Contemporary Dance and Thought

 

2019

“Paid_Promotion.mov” created by Lauren Horn in culmination of her time as the Artist in Residence at The Studio of Contemporary Dance and Thought
 

2017
“Techn0Whore” created by Lauren Horn, performed at the Studio of Contemporary Dance and Thought and The Northampton Center for the Arts

 

2017
 “The Invisibility of Identity” a Senior Dance Thesis created by Lauren Horn, performed at Amherst College


Professional Dancer Experience
2019
Rebecca Pappas/Pappas and Dancers: “Land“ a new piece to be performed in May 2019 in San Francisco,
CA


2017
Dante Brown Warehouse Dance: “Social Plaque” and “Bite” choreographed by Dante Brown, directed by Mike Abbbatiello, performed at 92Y and Triskelion Arts in NYC

 

2017
Scapegoat Garden: “Liturgy|Order|Bridge” Directed by Deborah Goffe, choreographed in collaboration  with the dancers, performed at Hampshire College and The Studio of Contemporary Dance and Thought


2017
Wendy Woodson and Company: “Sourcing the Stream” Directed by Wendy Woodson, choreographed in
collaboration with the dancers and performed at APE Gallery and Amherst College


2017
TNMOT AZTRO: “The Projector Series” choreographed and directed by Arien Wilkerson, performed at
Vox Populi


2012

National Arts and Humanities Awards Ceremony: choreographed by Corey Hutchens, performed at the
White House

Skills
Proficient in Spanish: 11 years of formal instruction and 4-month immersion study in Cuba


Microsoft Office Suite, Photoshop, iMovie, GarageBand, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn
 

Dancer with 19 years of experience in Tap Dance, African Dance, Modern Dance, Jazz Dance, Ballet, Swing Dance and Hip Hop.
 

Performed at the White House for The 2012 National Arts and Humanities Awards Ceremony
 

Winner of Amherst College’s 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 Raymond Keith Bryant Prize for best performance in a Masquers Play