About the Artist
Alex Crozier (Seattle) is an independent artist. He is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and received his BFA in dance from University of the Arts. Alex was a principle company member of Spectrum Dance Theater. With Spectrum he performed various lead roles including the "Interlocutor" in Donald Byrd's The Minstrel Show Revisited and the Carnival Boy in the 5th Avenue Theatre's Carousel. He has had the opportunity to present work at the Austrian Dance Festival Otanz and Central District Forum's Showing Out. Alex has created and set work for Seattle Men's Chorus and Spectrum Dance Theater. In 2017, Alex presented his Teen Tix award wining dance production MILLENNIALS which focused on the prevalence of cultural appropriation, gay culture, and feminism within the Millennial generation.
Alex received 2018 GAP Award funding for his dance/documentary film The Millennial Experience which examines cultural appropriation, gay culture, and feminism. He directed sight specific dance scenes and conducted interviews with people of various ages, genders, sexual orientations, and ethnicity.The goal is to create dialogue between people of opposing viewpoints.
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From the Artist
I'm thrilled to be receiving this award! To have the backing and encouragement from this organization to help to fully realize my artistic vision is something I will always be grateful for.