KARAR DANCE COMPANY believes in choreographers and their ability to enhance the community in which they live. They work hard to shape and mold dances that provide cultural enrichment and offer a home and network for artists of multiple disciplines which is crucial to the artistic growth of all creators involved.

Founded in April 2018, Homegrown Choreographers is a community where America-based modern dance choreographers can share what they’re doing to promote and present their work.

We have created a Facebook Group where choreographers can engage in conversation with fellow creatives.

Choreographers, be sure to fill out the form below to be featured on the Homegrown Choreographers Instagram account!

Submissions are open to choreographers who are:

  • Living and actively presenting modern/contemporary dance work in the United States

  • At least 21 years of age

  • Not undergraduate students

Inquires may be emailed to karardancecompany@gmail.com.

Homegrown Choreographers will be launching their own website December 2019! More information to come.


Homegrown Choreographers

Pictured: Amanda Edwards, photo by Jasmine Callis; Diane Auriol of Mollet Contemporary Ballet, Mariah Eastman, photo by Maiya Elliot, KARAR DANCE COMPANY, photo by Brandon Davis

Name *
This information will not be shared on Instagram.
(City and State)
May we share your email on Instagram? *
If you would like to be tagged on your Homegrown Choreographers feature please give your Instagram handle. If you have more than one Instagram account, you may include both.
Please give hashtags to be used on your Instagram feature.
Please give a detailed description of your work, goals, what you've learned, etc. We are NOT looking to share your bio or general information about yourself or company affiliation. Offer specific information. This information will be used to form a caption for Instagram.
Are you an undergraduate student? *
Yes, I have emailed a picture or 1 minute video to karardancecompany@gmail.com with subject: Homegrown (your name). *