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Nancy Galeota-Wozny - Houston, Texas
Nancy Galeota-Wozny, MA, CFP, is a dancer, choreographer and a practitioner of the Feldenkrais Method. She has presented her work throughout the United States and was a finalist for the Sommerville Award for Somatic Writing.
Nancy performed for Audart's "Art & Technology Circus", under the direction of John Toth. Her performance, which took place in Houston, Texas, was projected onto Toth's fabric panels throughout the Audart Gallery.
Nancy blends text, narrative, and personal history in her performance work. Her work has been selected to represent the best of Houston's dance at Dance Houston at the University of Houston. Both her performance and teaching focus on the development of individuality and creative expression using dance, text, or visual art. Her work was selected for 12 Minutes Max, the JCC Summer Dance Festival, and the Next Decade of New Performance.
Nancy is the facilitator of the Houston Satellite of New York's The Field, a multidiscipline dance/theater performance workshop and has taught classes that integrate movement and language at Rice University, The C. G. Jung Center (where she is a Board Member), High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, the Jewish Community Center, and in H.I.S.D. She was awarded a Research Fellowship from the Leonard Bastion Center for Learning Through the Arts and is a Teaching Artist for the Texas Institute of Arts and Education. She is the recipient of 2 awards and 2 choreographers' Fellowships from the D.C. Commission on the Arts.
Her work "Movement as Muse: An Exploration of Awareness Through Movement and The Creative Process" was published in Currents, a journal of the Body-Mind Centering Association. She also directed the Feldenkrais program at Baylor College of Medicine.