Amy Leona Havin is a dancer, choreographer, and dance filmmaker originally from Rehovot, Israel. She began her dance training with Ohad Naharin and Batsheva Dance Company's Gaga Movement Language and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. She has been granted acceptance to train under choreographers such as Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company's Rami Be'er, L-E-V's Sharon Eyal, Ate9's Danielle Agami, Sidra Bell Dance New York, Shahar Binyamini, Wade Madsen, Tori Wranes, and more. Her choreographic works and time based art have been presented both on the west coast and internationally. She was awarded an artistic residency at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center in 2016 and is the Artistic Director of award winning Portland based independent dance and film company, The Holding Project. Her most recent full length works, CRANE (2017) and mekudeshet (2019) have been called "empowering, egalitarian, and sensual" by Oregon ArtsWatch's Jamuna Chiarini and "lost in depth" by dance writer Elizabeth Whelan.

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