Dowling introduces artistic processes, techniques, and structures used when developing collaborative performance work with men and women who are, or have been, incarcerated.
Prior to moving west, Dowling was a guest artist in the Five Colleges dance department and taught at Amherst and Mount Holyoke colleges, as well as serving as a graduate advisor at Smith College. Dowling founded the Dance Generators, a performance company whose members’ ages span six decades. She became an artist-in-residence at the Hampshire and Hampden county jails, where she collaborated with people who are incarcerated on the creation of original theater/dance pieces. Dowling is a recipient of a choreography fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
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