photo by Ryan Mikel

Lindsey Jennings is a dance-artist, teacher, collage-maker, and performer based in Lenapehoking (Brooklyn, NY). Rigorous movement tasks, labor, and material forms have been a constant in her body and life, now evidenced in her performance, image, and choreographic work. She is originally from the lands of the Kickapoo, Peoria, and Kaskaskia people, where she attended the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and received her BFA in Dance in 2020 and was awarded scholarships for outstanding performance and research. 

She currently works as a freelance dancer, designer, and teacher for organizations such as Bates Dance Festival, Notes in Motion Outreach Dance Theatre, freeskewl, and Artichoke Dance Company and is currently an artist in residence at MOtiVE Brooklyn as part of their For the Artists! Residency in 2022. She's danced with/for artists such as Abby Zbikowski, Kendra Portier/BANDPortier, Jennifer Monson, Kaitlin Fox and Marion Spencer, among others, and has shared work in various digital, performance, and material mediums at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts (Urbana, IL), Krannert Art Museum (Urbana, IL), Bates Dance Festival New Works Showcase (Lewiston, ME), Links Hall (Chicago, IL), The Field Center (Bellows Falls, VT), Greenspace (New York, NY), Movement Research (New York, NY), MOtiVE Brooklyn (New York, NY) and online with freeskewl.