Jenn Joy teaches in the Sculpture Department at Rhode Island School of Design, in Fine Arts at Pratt Institute, and is a PhD Candidate in Performance Studies at Tisch School of the Arts/NYU. She edited Planes of Composition: Dance, Theory and the Global with André Lepecki (Seagull Press, 2009) and her writing has been published in Movement Research Performance Journal, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, Dance Theatre Journal, TDR, Women and Performance, Contemporary, and NYC: Das vermessene Paradies Positionen zu New York (Haus der Kulturen Welt/Theater der Zeit). Recently, she has worked as a dramaturge for choreographers Chase Granoff and Jeremy Wade. She founded and directed jennjoygallery in San Francisco from 1997-2000.
Academic Research/Areas of Interest
Choreography, critical theory, sculpture, philosophy, feminist theory, writing.
- MA, New York University
- BFA, School of the Museum of Fine Arts
ADVANCED CRITICAL ISSUES SEMINAR II
GRADUATE IV SCULPTURE SEMINAR
SURVEYING 20th CENTURY SCULPTURE
SURVEYING 20TH CENTURY SCULPTURE
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WRITING: APPROACHES TO A CRITICAL PROCESS