Brittany Delany is a dancer, choreographer, event producer and writer based in Los Angeles, California.
June 4- 10 SHIFT / west 2021 Presented by Brockus Project Studios Dance Film Showcase Tickets : BrockusProjectDance.org/SHI Brittany will premiere a new dance horror film 'STALK'. Created as part of Brockus Project Studios' SHIFT/west Residency Winter Cohort 2021, sponsored in part by a grant from the California Arts Council.
June 12 & 13 at 1:00PM Ebb & Flow Festival Presented by Heidi Duckler Dance Los Angeles Historic State Park, Chinatown Tickets: Free RSVP Brittany will premiere a new live site-specific piece, in collaboration with musician Emer Kinsella.
Dancer & Choreographer
Dancing helps me make sense of the world.
I love to research, teach and perform in a variety of movement techniques & traditions, including Hip Hop, Modern, Postmodern, Contact Improvisation, Jazz, Site-Specific, and Theater.
Photo by Brian Pescador
Britt's Background: Education: B.A. in Dance: Choreography & Performance and a B.A. in French Studies from Wesleyan University.
Dance Residencies:Buckwheat (Morongo Valley), Temescal Arts Center (Oakland), the Foundry (Berkeley). Participated in Shayna Keller's residencies in Joshua Tree National Park (Joshua Tree, CA) & Judson Memorial Church (New York, NY), and Pedro Alejandro's residency at Earthdance (Plainfield, MA).
Current Projects: GROUND SERIES - A dance and social justice collective. We use performance to practice place-based justice by cultivating accountability to land, body and history. Founding co-director with Sarah Ashkin. Since its inception in 2012, GROUND SERIES has collaborated with upwards of 30 artists to curate, produce, and choreograph over 20 performances, reaching thousands of audience members and students across the US and UK.
Freelance Consultant: Events, Grant Writing, Marketing, Strategic Planning.
Community Organizer WYLD WOMXN - Empowering womxn through the arts and providing a safe and inclusive space for womxn and people who identify as womxn to express and be themselves. An intersectional feminist creative collective based in the Coachella Valley. Founding member.
My writing has been published in magazines, journals and blogs: Contact Quarterly, In Dance, Hot Stepz Magazine, Voice of Dance, World of Dance.
I craft effective communications--marketing, social media, blog, agreements, grants and fundraising campaigns.