Jacob’s Pillow Curriculum in Motion® Artist Educator

Participatory dance-making, civic dialogue, creativity – these are the foundation of Margot Greenlee’s choreographic vision. Nationally recognized as a master teaching artist, Greenlee brings her artistic team of professional performers and arts therapists to lead programs in educational, healthcare, and corporate settings. Current project partners include Washington, D.C.’s Army Distaff, Dance Exchange, the Eurasia Foundation, Fairfax County Department of Therapeutic Recreation, Jacob’s Pillow’s Curriculum in Motion, MVLE, the National Academy of Sciences, and Washington Project for the Arts.

As an artist working at the intersection of art and advocacy, Greenlee has developed a new approach to civic engagement. PerForum (performance + civic dialogue) is a way to become more curious and invested in important community issues. Using both theatrical elements and lived experience, recent topics have focused on public health policies that impact families such as Food Equity, Accessibility & Inclusion, Immigrant Rights, and Sex Education.