Andrea Miller is a choreographer/director and the Artistic Director of the Brooklyn-based company Gallim Dance. Through a plural body of work that dialogues with theater, visual arts, space, objects, film, fashion, music, and politics, Miller has developed an artistic language that embodies universal struggles such as love, spirituality, and the tensions between the individual and collective experience. Millers works are made to be recognizable of our experience yet utterly unexpected in their portrayal.
Miller has been named Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she will create works for the museum between 2017-2018. Miller is the first dance artists to be names AIR by the Museum. In 2014, Miller became a Guggenheim Fellow by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, for demonstrating exceptional creative ability.
Miller is the recipient of multiple awards and honors, including Sadler’s Wells Jerwood Fellowships, Princess Grace Foundation Fellowship in Choreography, Special Projects Awards and Works in Progress Award, New York City Center Choreography Fellowship, Joyce Theater Artist in Residence, and Dance Magazine’s 25 to Watch.
Miller’s choreography has been commissioned and performed nationally and internationally within the performing arts, museums, fashion, and film. including site specific/installation works for The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Grace Farms. Dance works for Bern Ballet, NDT2, Les Theatres de la Ville de Luxembourg, Nord Nederlands Dans, Atlanta Ballet, Peak Performances, Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, The Joyce, The Kimmel Center. Film credits: The Life and Death of John F. DonovanDirector: Xavier Dolan. Fashion Credits: Hermes, Lacoste, Calvin Klein,VOGUE, Lane Crawford, Kswiss collaborations with Zach Gold.
Miller is devoted to dance education for dancers and non-dancers and has developed curriculums and programs for Gallim Dance’s home studio in Brooklyn, as well residencies with over 40 academic institutions such as Harvard University, the Juilliard School, Barnard College at Columbia University, New York University, The University of Utah, UCSB, among others. Miller has served as adjunct faculty at Barnard College.