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Kim Holman

Founder

Kim Holman is an artist working at the intersection of dance and theatre. After co-founding Luminarium Dance in 2010 and directing the company through 2024, Human Movement Project is her next creative evolution. 

Kim's work gravitates to the exploration of human social interaction and behavior, both real and fictitious, miniscule instances or broad patterns, through comedic, dark, sensory or abstract narrative. With Luminarium Dance, which she co-founded and directed from 2010-2024, Kim’s work has been shown at many Boston venues including the MFA, Boston Public Library, and the Boston Opera House.

 

Most recently, Kim was awarded The Boston Foundation/Aliad Fund's Next Steps for Boston Dance grant, where she is figuring out her own next steps as a midcareer Boston-based artist. Her work has been supported multiple times through The Boston Foundation's Live Arts Boston Fund, and NEFA's New England Dance Fund, and also through Mount Holyoke College's Alumnae Fellowship, The Dance Complex's CATALYSTS residency, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council, alongside grant opportunities from many local funders including the New England Grassroots Environment Fund for her work activating a contaminated stretch of water in her hometown.

 

Kim is frequently hired as a guest artist at Boston-area universities, and enjoys working as a movement consultant and collaborator with local theater companies (Company One, Sleeping Weazel, Fort Point Theatre Channel). Kim earned her MFA (Performance Creation) from Goddard College, and holds a BA in Dance from Mount Holyoke College. 

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We hire organically as relationships evolve and we meet peers with philosophies and artistic styles that resonate. We're always eager to meet and learn about new people. Be it a coffee date or a project proposal we'd love to hear from you.

We mostly stay away from formal audition processes, but if you're a performer looking for paid work we'd love to look at your reel and check out a resume. 

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