Faculty and Staff
D. Chase Angier
Professor Dance
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location: Miller Building 007
Department: Performing Arts  
Phone: 607.871.2567  
Personal Webpage: http://angierperformanceworks.com  
Screen Name: D. Chase Angier on Other  
D. Chase Angier - Director/Choreographer/Professor/Performer/Installation Artist As Artistic Director of Angier Performance Works, D. Chase Angier creates and performs site-specific works, dance-theater, performance installations, and walking performances pieces. These intuitively driven works are created in collaboration with dynamic artists in the visual arts, performance, music and theater, and have been performed internationally (Japan, Czech Republic, Germany, Mexico, United Kingdom) and nationally in theaters, galleries, and visually inspiring sites. Angier currently resides and works in Brooklyn, NY and Alfred New York. Her latest piece Framing New York was just featured on Governor's Island in New York City for three weeks and close to 2000 people participated in the art work. Prior to 2002 when she joined the faculty at Alfred University, Angier created dance-theater works, performed, and taught in New York City with her company Chase Dance Theater founded in 1995. For more information: angierperformanceworks.com or Angier Performance Works on Facebook. Angier is also a Professor of Dance and Director of the Dance Program at Alfred University in New York since 2002. Her other university teaching experience includes being an Assistant Professor at Columbia College and Appalachian State University, and a guest artist at Texas Women’s University, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Appalachian State University, Kenyon College, Columbia College, University of South Florida, Meredith College, and the University of Rochester. She was a Teaching Artist with the Lincoln Center Institute and The Joyce Theater’s Aesthetic Education Programs, and a movement instructor at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. She is the co-founder along with Jennifer Salk of the Green Mountain Dance Teachers Retreat in Woodstock Vermont and received her MFA in choreography from The Ohio State University and her BA in dance from UCLA.