Millie Kapp is a New York-based performance artist. In 2013, she graduated with an MA in Performance Studies from NYU and completed her undergraduate degree in 2010 with a BA in Visual and Critical Studies from School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Kapp has shown her performance work in Oakland, Toronto, Philadelphia, Montreal, Minneapolis, Chicago and New York. She’s held artist residencies at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Chez Bushwick, the Chicago Cultural Center, Vermont Studio Center as well as Link & Pin in Montreal. Most recently, she shared her work in New York at the Elizabeth Foundation, The Kitchen, La MaMa, the Center for Performance Research, Roulette, and with AUNTS among other places. She’s taught classes at Stony Brook University and Abrons Arts Center and has been a visiting artist at the University of Chicago, New York University and Maryland Institute College of Art.
His choreography has been produced at El Museo del Barrio, Hostos College, The Kitchen (Work and Process), New York Live Arts (Studio Series), Dance Theater Workshop (Fresh Tracks and Split Stream), SUNY/Purchase, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!), Dixon Place, P.S. 122, Joes Pub, Taller Pregones, Danspace Project, Lexington Center for the Arts in New York, DanceNow Downtown, Princeton University, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Galapagos Art and Performance Space, Williamsburg Art Nexus, Fringe Festival 2000 at Theatre La Chappelle (Montreal, Canada), The Painted Bride (Philadelphia PA) and Cornell University (Ithaca, NY). Pepatian also produced his work in the Bronx at BAAD!/Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance and Pregones Theater/Teatro Pregones. He received a grant from the Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund through Movement Research and was recently a nominee for the United States Artist Fellowship. Most recently, Antonio was an Artist-in-Residence at El Museo del Barrio. He is a 2011-12 National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures Award Recipient. He was honored to be a curator of the Movement Research Festival Spring 2013.
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