Zena Bibler is an independent dance artist and dance filmmaker based in Brooklyn and founder of the dance collective, Little Dances Everywhere. She is currently Program Coordinator of Special Collections and of the Religion and Politics Project at the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics and has been working with Hemi since 2008. As a choreographer and filmmaker she is interested in improvisation structures and site-specific performance. Her work has been shown regularly at the Third Rail Projects/DTW Dance Film Lab, a well as at The Rover SoHo, Yale University, and Moviehouse Booklyn/Cinemaparque. As a performing artist, she has danced in parks, windows, convents, gutters, steamships, stages, and on Wall Street with Willi Dorner/Bodies in Urban Spaces, Mariangela Lopez/Accidental Movement, Susana Cook, David Balula, and Alexx Shilling. She holds an MA in Performance Studies from New York University with a focus on dance and site-specific composition, and a BA in History from Yale University where she received a Yedor Travel Prize and the Andrew D. White Prize for her thesis work on the changing political and cultural context of Argentine tango.