Brittany Williams is an international dancer, choreographer, and organizer originally from Homestead, Florida, Williams is the founder of Dancing for Justice, a plat- form for artists to use their art form as a way to express their concerns around police brutality, and a principal dancer with Olujimi Dance. She has received scholarships and Fellowships from Makeda Thomas Dance & Performance Institute (Trinidad & Tobago), University of South Florida, and International Black Dance Conference (Bahia, Brazil).
As a reflection on her time as a SLIPPAGE@Duke artist in residence, Williams wrote "Swamp Body! Blood Recollections of Mangroves and Luminescence."
Residency Dates October 9-20, 2018.