Evvie Allison makes dance for stage and for the camera and is deeply engaged with questions about how we make what we make. Her choreography has been presented by American Theater Company (Chicago), Brooklyn Arts Exchange (New York City), NYU: The Center for Ballet and the Arts (New York City), Center for Performance Research (New York City), Danspace Project (New York City), Gibney Dance (New York City), and Movement Research at the Judson Church (New York City) and has been featured on NOWNESS. She is a 2016 fellow in Choreography from the New York Foundation for the Arts and has been supported by residencies at Chez Bushwick (New York City), the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (Tallahassee, FL), The Next Festival of Emerging Artists (New York City), and Tofte Lake Center (Ely, MN). Lately, she has been finding inspiration in the music video form; most recently, she appeared in David Bowie’s “Blackstar.” Allison also identifies as an artist advocate and is a co-founder of FREE ADVICE, a non-hierarchical co-mentorship platform for dance artists. Her writing has appeared in Critical Correspondence and in the Movement Research Performance Journal. She is currently enrolled as an MFA candidate in Dance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.