Angie Hauser is a BESSIE award-winning dance artist whose work is grounded by the questions of improvisation, performance and collaboration. Her dancemaking includes projects with long-time collaborator Chris Aiken, with multiple grants and commissions by national and international presenters. Their work is often engaged in collaborations with musicians, and designers. She is a principal collaborator and performer with Bebe Miller Company and has contributed to the repertory as a dancer, performer, writer and choreographic collaborator since 2000. Her work with the company is featured on TWO, an online score for Motion Bank/The Forsythe Company and in Dance Fort, an eBook. Other recent choreographic projects include collaborations with Jennifer Nugent, Darrell Jones, Paul Matteson and musicians Mike Vargas, Jesse Manno and Carl Landa. Hauser has danced with the companies of Elizabeth Streb, Liz Lerman and Poppo Shiriashi, and she teaches dance making, performance and improvisation throughout North America as in Europe and South America. She received her MFA in Dance from the Ohio State University and also holds a BA in Art History. She is currently an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Dance at Smith College.