Massachusetts
Profile Type: Artist
Artist
Cynthia McLaughlin

Cynthia McLaughlin is an artist, teacher, director and choreographer. Originally based in Washington DC, Cynthia McLaughlin performed, collaborated and served as rehearsal director with Boris Willis Moves for 12 years, performing her own and Willis' work at such venues as the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Dance Place.  While in DC McLaughlin also performed with Sharon Mansur and Natalie Smith as well as Katherine Ferrier and Clyde Forth in New York City. Most recently her work was presented as part of DUMBO Dance Festival in New York City.   In 2017, as a Whiting Fellow, she travelled to Singapore to conduct research for her project “Contemporary Dance Invests in New Technologies”.  Based in Western Massachusetts she has received fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council to create public installation and performance work.  Her collaborations with photographer Joanna Chattman, video artist Sarah Bliss and TinyCrush Society have been presented across New England.  She is an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Dance at Keene State College, serves on the board of The School for Contemporary Dance and Thought, and lives with her family in Colrain, MA.  Her greatest goal is to help to create lasting ecosystems for sustainable and effective dance communities.

Contact Information

First Name: 
Cynthia
Job Title/Position: 
Choreographer
Physical Address: 
54 Ed Clark Rd
COLRAIN, MA 01340
Last Name: 
McLaughlin
Phone: 
4135229743

About

Profile Type: 
Artist
Primary Discipline: 
Dance - Modern / Contemporary
Additional Disciplines: 
Dance - Modern / Contemporary
Humanities - General
Media - General
Multi-Disciplinary
Populations Served: 
Adults
Businesses
Elders
Families
General Public
Immigrant Populations
Incarcerated (or Formerly Incarcerated) Individuals
LGBTQ Populations
Native American Tribes
Nonprofits
People with Disabilities
School Groups
Teens
Veteran/Active Duty Military Personnel
Youth-At-Risk
Institution/Business Type: 
Artist (Individual)
Activities and Services: 
Arts Instruction / Lessons
Community Arts
Performance / Concert / Reading
Public Art Projects (In Free, Public Spaces)
Residency - Community
Residency - In School
Residency - Production / Development
Residency - Other
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Events Per Year: 
6
Seasons Active: 
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
Geographic Reach: 
National
International

I am a Teaching Artist

Teaching Settings: 
Arts and Cultural Center / Venue
Community Site / Center
Private Studio
School / University
Subject Areas: 
Dance
Ages Served: 
College-Age
Adults
Seniors
Certifications / Training: 
MFA in Choreography and Performance George Mason University
Fee Range Minimum: 
$300
Fee Range Maximum: 
$5,000