Lindsay Gilmour teaches Modern Dance I, Modern dance II, Introduction to Dance , Dance History, and Dance Composition. She has had the pleasure of working at Ithaca College since Fall 2006. In 1998 she earned her BFA in performance and choreography from the University of Montana and in 2006 received her MA from Columbia University’s School of International Affairs with a focus in Tibetan Studies and Conflict Resolution. She has lived in Brooklyn, NY since 1999 where she continues to work as a professional dancer with Pearson Widrig Dance Theater, Yin Mei Dance and Imp Improvisation Performance Collective. Her choreography has been presented in New York, Montana, at the Bumper Shoot Festival in Seattle and at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. She loves to share the joy of moving and has taught in the U.S., Thailand and India. Her Modern Dance technique classes are based in release techniques emphasizing breath, flow and how to move dynamically through space. In class students improvisation daily, work on dance composition, partnering and contact improvisation. Lindsay loves to travel. In the summers she will often be in India or Tibet leading educational programs.