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On Stage

On Film



Joan Dwiartanto is a multifaceted artist who enjoys growing both as a dancer and as a choreographer and filmmaker. She graduated from The Juilliard School Dance class of 2022, where she was able to nurture her love for dance, dancing in pieces by choreographers such as Aszure Barton, Ohad Naharin, Justin Peck, Or Schraiber, and Bobbi Jene Smith. However, she was also able to nurture her newfound love for choreography and dance filmmaking. In 2020, Joan co-directed a collaborative film for The Park Avenue Armory’s 100 Years | 100 Women event in New York City and worked with the principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre James Whiteside as the creative videographer and editor in creating his own Ballet film Marilyn’s Funeral in 2021. She then went on to direct and produce her own dance film, Crying On The Island They Own which premiered in early 2022, and has since won multiple film festival awards. Joan is currently a company member with the New York-based dance company YYDC led by award-winning choreographer, Yue Yin. Joan performed in Yue Yin’s most recent evening-length work, NOWHERE which premiered in 2023 in Chelsea Factory, NYC and recently had its European premiere in Germany in 2024, at the Schrit_tmacher Festival. Joan has a passion for storytelling through movement and hopes to continue developing herself as a multi-faceted artist in dance and film.

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