Haowen Wang currently serves as Director of Regranting at Dance/USA, where he administers Dance/USA Fellowships for Artists (DFA), a national artist fellowship program for dance and social change. Between 2016 and 2021, Wang was Program Officer, Performing Arts, at Mid Atlantic Arts, where he oversaw a portfolio of longstanding regional performing arts presenting grants. In this capacity, he curated annual rosters of US-based and international artists for subsidy-supported tours. Previously, Wang was part of a team that managed two significant re-design processes of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s state and local regranting programs. At Asian American Arts Alliance, Wang piloted a two-year funding program serving traditional cultural groups in Manhattan’s Chinatown. In addition, Wang was General Manager at Ping Chong & Company and Executive Director at Yangtze Repertory Theatre of America. Born and raised in Taiwan with New Zealand and U.S. citizenship, Wang holds an MA in Performance Studies from NYU and a Certificate from the Institute of Curatorial Practices in Performance at Wesleyan University.
ID: Haowen is a Taiwanese man with wavy black hair, brown eyes, and a light-medium complexion. Standing in the sun in a blurred landscape, arms crossed, he is smiling wide at the camera and wearing a blue sweater with a silver wristwatch. Photo credit: April and Steven Photography.
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