Lauren Hall: Jazz January 20, 2019 from 10-11:30 a.m.

Lauren Hall is a choreographer, teacher, and dance media artist based out of Los Angeles, California. She received an MFA in Dance from the University of California, Irvine, and a BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College.
 She has guest lectured and set choreography on dance students at Southern Methodist University, University of Central Oklahoma, Lamar University, Stephens College, University of Hawaii – Manoa, and the Beijing Dance Academy.

In 2013, Hall was selected for a residency at Western Michigan University as part of the dance department’s Great New Works series. She debuted a new work, FRUG, and taught master classes in jazz dance and dance media. 

Hall’s dance films have been shown at Dance Camera West, the Newport Beach Film Festival, Dance Camera Istanbul, and the Beijing International Dance Film Festival. She has recently taught courses at Cal State San Marcos, Cal State Long Beach, Chapman University, Long Beach City College, Santa Monica College and is currently the director of the dance program at Brentwood School. Recently, she choreographed a music video for Warner Bros. recording artist, Gerard Way. Hall also has choreographed for TV, including ABC’s Emmy-awarding winning “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.”