May 17, 2022
Cameron Alosa (they/them) is a multidisciplinary artist originally from New Hampshire (aka N’dakinna, the land of Abenaki Peoples past and present), now residing on Dakota Land in Mni Sota. Their work explores forgotten histories and speculative futures via archival research, visits to sites of mourning and celebration, and allegorical storytelling. They graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2020 with a BFA in Sculpture. They joined Ananya Dance Theatre in 2022, inspired to uplift the critical artwork of Ananya Chatterjea and all of the artists at ADT.
September 6, 2014
Gary Peterson (he/him/his-they/them/their) has been a part of Minnesota’s dance community for more than 40 years. In addition to his work as managing director of Ananya Dance Theatre and research collaborator with Dr. Ananya Chatterjea, he has served as dance student, consultant, and as executive director of James Sewell Ballet, Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre, Zenon Dance Company, and the Southern Theater. He has
September 3, 2014
Emma Marlar, originally from Kenosha, WI, resides in the Minneapolis area, balancing a career in the performance, creation, and technical aspects of dance. Since graduating from the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities with a BFA in Dance in 2016, she has made space and taken on work that allows her to support others, spark conversation, create collaboratively, and pursue endless