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Nadya Zeitlin is a curious dance designer, whose main inspiration is dance theatre and favorite question is “what if?” In May 2020, following a successful premiere of the Bautanzt performance earlier in the year, she founded Bautanzt Here - multimedia art-organism with main focus on dance theatre and site-specific projects. Moving arts education includes intensives with teachers from Portugal, Israel, Ireland, France, Slovakia etc as well as workshops and classes in the United States: CORE Dance DIG Summer Intensive 2019; gloLAB 2013, 2014; DASS 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal; Open Look International Dance Festival 2012, 2013, 2019 in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 2018 she was honored to be a part of C4 Atlanta’s HATCH Training Intensive. Nadya has presented her works in various venues in Atlanta since her relocation in 2013: the Eyedrum Gallery, 368 PONCE, Skwhirlhaus, Midtown Players Club. She participated in MAD Festival as the winner of the 24 Hours Dance competition in 2015 (tie with Sharel Johnson). She curated and produced 2 multi-disciplinary shows: Evening of Site-Specific Dance in Midtown Players Club and Doors Can Dance. Her work for the Solo Theatre’s Little Prince won Best Choreography at the International Festival of Russian-Speaking Children’s and Youth Theaters in Washington, DC in May 2019. She performed in works by gloATL, Beacon Dance, Lori Teague, Jennifer Scully-Thurston (movie). In 2019 she created a dance film “…and then the dishwasher got broken”, that was screened at the FEMMEfest & EnCORE in Atlanta, Houston and Bodrum (Turkey).