Nicole Bradley Browning, Associate Professor email
Composition, Contact Improv, Improv, Modern, World Dance
Nicole received her MFA in dance and choreography from Arizona State University. Throughout her training, she had the pleasure of working with renowned choreographers such as Sean Curran, David Dorfman, Pat Graney, and Bebe Miller, as well as contact improvisers including Nancy Stark Smith and Martin Keogh. She has held facutly positions at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, the Dance Place in Washington, DC, and has taught for the National Dance Association of the Republic of China, Taiwan. She has also presented scholarly work through the Congress on Research in Dance and serves on the Board of the American College Dance Festival Association. Nicole has performed, improvised, and presented choreography professionally both independently and with various companies throughout the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, Montana, Washington, Utah, and Texas. Nicole's recent choreographic work, "Two," was selected for adjudication at the ACDFA Northwest Regional Conference.