Contributor Kimberly Peterson received her Bachelors and Masters of Arts degrees from Texas Woman’s University’s prestigious dance program.
Her 4dancers.org columns, Musings and SYTYCD, focus on on relevant issues in the field of dance including aesthetic education, choreographic process, performance, critique and the role of dance in our culture.
She serves on the Volunteer Advisory Committee with The Soap Factory in Minneapolis; specifically working with developing the Haunted Basement, implementing studio artist workshops/lectures and connecting performance artists/dancers to the gallery through integrated performances.
Drawing on her experience with creating and producing dance works, Kimberly has served technical theater roles, event coordinator, volunteer and as an advisor in various roles at several organizations. Most recently these include: RedEye Theatre, The Soap Factory, Minnesota Fringe Festival and MNPR’s Rock the Garden in collaboration with the Walker Arts Center.
Kimberly is the author of the SYTYCD posts and also the “Musings” column on 4dancers. You can find her work under the “Editorial” tab.
Please note that any and all contributor posts on 4dancers are the opinion of the guest dance professional and are not researched or fact-checked by 4dancers.