Diana Crum is a Brooklyn-based choreographer, dancer, teacher, administrator and advocate. She has made site-specific work, commissioned by loveDANCEmore (Salt Lake City) and chashama (NYC). Diana has created platforms for multi-generational collaborative performance events, including On a Sunday Afternoon, (2016, Drew University) and AUNTS, nieces, nephews and grandparents (2014, Abrons Art Center). Currently, she serves as Movement Research Dance Makers in the Schools Program Director, and also works with organizations such as 92Y, Brooklyn Arts Council, and Brooklyn Arts Exchange as a teaching artist in NYC preK-12 schools. She has taught as Visiting Artist/Adjunct Faculty at Washington & Lee University (VA), University of the Arts (PA) & Hollins University (VA), among others.
What’s the most unusual or interesting part of the teaching process?
The best part is getting to know the students.