While a wearer of many hats, Katherine G. Moore is primarily a movement and teaching artist whose choreographic work spans theaters, outdoor environments, galleries, and community spaces. Katherine is currently pursuing her MFA at the Ohio State University, where she is the recipient of a University Fellowship and grants from the Department of Dance’s Student Funding Initiative. Katherine has taught at the Ohio State University and Wittenberg University.
Before moving to Columbus, Katherine worked professionally in New York City, where her artistic pursuits allowed her to perform and present work at venues such as Jacob's Pillow, Judson Church, Dixon Place, Center for Performance Research, the Ailey Citigroup Theater, La Mama, and others, as well as many public spaces and parks. In NYC, Katherine was a company member and teacher for Naomi Goldberg Haas’ Dances for a Variable Population, a multi-generational dance company and dance education organization.
Katherine is also a 200hr certified yoga teacher through the Perri Institute for Mind and Body, where she was trained to teach alignment-based, breath-focused, mindful Vinyasa. She teaches Yoga in both studio-based and private settings, specializing in restorative practices, functional anatomy, elder care, and Yoga for beginners. Katherine has worked administratively for the Joyce Theater, The Field, American Dance Festival, Dances for a Variable Population, and the Ohio State University Department of Dance, and she was also a contributing journalist for Dance Informa magazine.
Katherine holds a BA in Dance from Hope College in Holland, MI, with minor concentrations in French and Communication.