Celeste Miller is a choreographer, solo
performer, community arts animator and
educator honored for her work in the fields of dance, performance, cultural work
and education. Her stage work intertwines
movement with text in a choreographed arrangement of the body and spoken
language to create a mytho-poetic symbol system. As a result, the relationship
of text to movement and image are in a constant shift of subtext to one another
through the manipulation of juxtapositions. Noted dance writer Marcia B. Siegel
described her as a “master orchestrator” of this form.
Celeste is a dance/text artist exploring the possibilities of dance as a means of action for social justice through performance, education and community engagement projects. She believes that experiences in the arts - whether as audience, performer, or creator - can change the way we participate in the world. Celeste strives to create work that reconnects us to our humanity.
Dance Whisperer. Celeste has devoted her life to finding ways that anybody and everybody can find a way to experience the world, and express ideas through participatory dance-making.
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