Assistant Professor of Dance, Marymount Manhattan College
Catherine Cabeen, MFA is an Assistant Professor of Dance at Marymount Manhattan College where she teaches Martha Graham Technique, Somatic Practices, and a course she designed on Ethics/Aesthetics/Gender and Performing Art History. In addition she regularly creates new work, and over sees historic reconstructions, on Marymount students. Cabeen is an advocate of Engaged Pedagogy. Her classes are sites of dynamic inquiry and exploration, which support the idea that art and education are both potential pathways to self-actualization and liberation.
Repetiteur - Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company
Cabeen is also honored to be a Teaching Artist and Repetiteur for the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Since 2005 Cabeen has reconstructed the work of Bill T Jones and Arnie Zane on students at over 30 colleges, universities, and summer programs around the world, including Taiwan National University of the Arts, University of IL, University of WY, University of WA, SUNY Purchase, and Ailey/Fordham, among others.
For more information on licensing this incredible body of work, please contact New York Live Arts.
Cabeen also teaches as a guest artist; contemporary technique, anatomy, collaborative composition, and workshops on the embodiment of gender.
For more information on Cabeen's freelance teaching please contact her directly.
Cabeen's education includes:
MFA in Dance from University of Washington
BFA in Dance, Cornish College of the Arts
Certificate of Dance, Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance
200 hour Vinyasa Yoga Teaching Certification, OM Yoga