Stacy Grossfield Dance Projects

Stacy Grossfield

In Stacy Grossfield’s work, performed by Nola Sporn Smith, she is many things in one container. Some of what she is will be exposed and she will be working really hard.

Stacy Grossfield was born and raised in Lakeland, FL and has choreographed and performed in New York City since 2003. She holds a BFA in Dance Performance from SUNY Purchase.

Grossfield’s full-evening works have been shown at unconventional spaces, such as a vacant storefront space in West Soho and a small artist’s studio, the Studio, in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

Her most recent work, “hot dark matter”, was presented by JACK in March of 2016 and she received a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant for the piece. She received a Manhattan Community Arts Fund grant in 2013 for “Red, Pink, Black” and her first full-evening work, “Sugar doesn’t live here”, presented in 2011, was written about in the New Yorker and The New York Times. In 2010, Grossfield was invited to choreograph an insert section in RoseAnne Spradlin’s “blue Liz / the sequel”, performed in Riverside Park.

She has shown work at the 92nd St. Y, BAX, BRIC Studio, CPR, CATCH, City of New York Parks & Recreation – Summer on the Hudson, Dixon Place, DTW, Food for Thought at Danspace Project, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Roulette, and through AUNTS at various venues including Arts@Renaissance, NADA Art Fair, and the New Museum.

Grossfield has served on dance panels in NYC, curates dance at JACK, and has lead a feedback workshop at Brooklyn Studios for Dance. She is also a choreographer and dramaturg for hire.