About Me

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I am a multi-disciplinary artist, teacher and thinker. Most of my background is in dance and choreography but my work keeps evolving and I can now say I am also a visual artist who works in video and performance. In 2008 I moved back to my hometown of Baltimore after more than ten years spent abroad in Bogotá, Colombia and London, England.

I Will Disappear To You

We Perform Duo Loop Invention for Future Memories

Westport Crawl (fragment)


This contemporary dance company integrates disabled and non-disabled dancers in educational and artistic production. I have been active since its founding in Bogotá in 2007 and continue to be part of the group, albeit from a distance. Click here for more information.

Restos Imaginarios

Restos Imaginarios
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Curious Space

Cuatro Adentro

Un Momento, Por Favor

Lugares Suspendidos

Lugares Suspendidos
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Monday, January 10, 2011

Baker nomination

Check out my nomination for the Baker artist awards.

Baker nomination

Check out my nomination for the Baker artist awards: http://bakerartistawards.org/nomination/view/meghan_flanigan

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Summer Dancing

Some beautiful photos of the Summer Dancing festival (including my piece, Sent), England are here. It was a wonderful residency program and a great festival.

A Dance Called Baltimore

Over the summer, I created a piece in the old North Avenue Market with a group of amazing young dancers from Peabody dance. You can see the video here.

Monday, June 14, 2010

residency blog

I am in Coventry, England taking part in a 'Making Space' residency at Coventry University. I am incredibly lucky to have two weeks of time, equipment and space to make some work with two dancers. I am writing in a blog and posting to vimeo: http://blogging.summerdancing.co.uk/blog and http://www.vimeo.com/12551972

Monday, March 29, 2010

This image is from an improvised performance with musician Andy Hayleck at an open studio event in IMDA's studios in Pigtown.

Monday, February 1, 2010

The IMDA program recently had an open studio event and I was pleased to be mentioned on this site: http://charmcitycurrent.com/bolger/2010/01/28/art-fully-furnishing-a-room/