FDANCE is the brainchild of Rebecca A. Ferrell and serves as an outlet for creative process, a platform for performance curation, producing, and representation for artists within the field of dance.
Rebecca A. Ferrell is a dance advocate, artist, educator, and producer. She holds a BFA in Dance and Choreography from Virginia Commonwealth University as well as an MFA in Dance from Arizona State University. As a longtime activist for the arts, Rebecca has served as the Director of the VA Dance Symposium, Co-Producer of the Richmond Dance Festival, dance critic for GayRVA and RVA Magazine, ACDA Central Region Conference Coordinator, Director of Public Relations and Engagement for the University of Illinois’ Department of Dance and the Director and Curator of the Flatlands Dance Film Festival. Additionally, her arts consulting and management skills have supported organizations, universities, and dance artists throughout the East Coast and Midwest. As a native of Richmond, Virginia, she is thrilled to join Dance Metro DC as their new Executive Director. Rebecca looks forward to continuing to strengthen the field of dance in the DMV area and re-connecting with its incredible dance community.
As an intervention performance artist, I create experiences that are participatory, unpredictable, and potentially scandalous. I achieve this most frequently by situating private experiences in public spaces. My artistic work blurs the line between reality and performance, and as a potential outcome, reveals to audiences the performative in their personal realities. I am intrigued by truth, lies, and the uncomfortable moments in which this duality is negotiated in personal exchange.
Also…. I like to get naked on stage and exploit myself and my exes.