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• Dancing While Black Fellow

Cyan Hunter


Cyan Hunter

Born in Raleigh, NC, Cyan Hunter became a dancer at 11 years old. He graduated with a B.A. in Contemporary Dance at the Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts. Cyan explores concepts of AfroFuturism and the transformative power of visceral movement. He has worked with choreographers Rebecca Stenn, Stacy Spence, & David Thompson. He has performed alongside Keely Garfield with works at Dancespace Project as well as the Park Avenue Armory Production of DEEP BLUE SEA curated by the Bill T.Jones/Arnie Zane Company. Additionally, he starred in the short film To Be Determined I for Brackish Arts Extravaganza & Arts On Site performances in 2022. He is the Founder of Bristol Mary Dance Company, which taught a masterclass to students at SFCC & performed in the Creative Arts Showcase in SF. He developed his own work Vessel of Mourning as a dedication to his late father. He performed alongside Nia Love for UNDERcurrents at Harlem Stage and became a guest teacher to Nia Love at The New School.

Founder, Bristol Mary Dance Company

Movement Collaborator, Nia Love Dance Company

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