Zena Bibler
Development & Special Programs Manager


Zena Bibler is a dancer, choreographer, and organizer interested in creating structures that use moving bodies as a means of experiencing diverse environments, phenomena, and modes of relation. She co-founded and co-directs the Movement Party, a collaborative platform for investigating physical, environmental, and social awareness through dance. Her work has been presented at Movement Research at the Judson Church, Dixon Place, Lublin International Dance Theatre Festival, Museum Perron Oost, Cairo Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival, and New Art Dealers Alliance and she has had the pleasure of teaching at CLASSCLASSCLASS, Electric Fish, Studio 303, Hemispheric Institute Encuentros, the New Museum, New York University, and Yale University. She joined the Hemispheric Institute in 2008 and currently manages development and special programs.