Hallie Chametzky, Archiving Specialist

Hallie Chametzky

Hallie Chametzky (she/her) is the Archiving Specialist at Dance/USA. As a dancer and choreographer, Hallie’s commitment to the preservation of dance history and legacy informs her practice and is rooted in a deep respect for and love of the field. She served previously as a Junior Fellow in the Music Division of the Library of Congress where she processed, rehoused, and documented the thousands of items in the Sophie Maslow Papers, and as an Archives/Audience Engagement Intern at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival where she gained expertise in access-focused archives.

Hallie’s choreographic work has been shown throughout New York City, including at University Settlement, Spoke the Hub, The Craft, and more. She performs with Bluebird Theatre Company, Mystical Feet Company, and regularly freelances as a performer.

Hallie is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA in Dance and Choreography. In addition to her movement and archival practices, she is a writer and poet. Her writings on dance have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Culturebot, Dance Magazine, Contact Quarterly, and First of the Month, among others.

ID: Hallie is a white woman with shoulder length brown hair. She is looking at the camera and smiling very slightly in front of a black backdrop. Photo by Zephyr Sheedy. 


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