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Chris Emile

About this Artist

Chris Emile is a choreographer, performer, and director based in Los Angeles. He received his formal education from the Alvin Ailey School and the Alonzo King LINES Ballet/Dominican University joint program, receiving his BFA in dance. He is the co-founder/curator for movement-based collective “No)one. Art House” which has programmed site specific performances, educational workshops, and installations for the last five years throughout Los Angeles. His work has been presented by Hauser & Wirth, the Getty Museum, MOCA Los Angeles, and the California African American Museum, among others. Commercially and otherwise, Chris’ choreographic work has been commissioned by LA Opera in Ellen Reid’s Pulitzer Prize-winning opera prism, San Francisco Symphony, Solange Knowles, Anderson Paak, and Refinery 29. He has been a guest lecturer at the California Institute of the Arts, UCLA, AMDA, and Loyola Marymount University.