Jennifer Glaws, from northern Illinois, graduated summa cum laude with a BFA in dance and photography from Arizona State University. Prior to college, she was hired as a performer by Greg Thompson Productions touring internationally and nationally including an American review presented in Southern China. Following GTP, Glaws was an educator and performer for Perry Mansfield Performing Arts Group and School located in Steamboat, Colorado. With PM she performed throughout Colorado and New Mexico while teaching jazz, tap, and hip-hop classes for them. She is grateful to have trained and performed works with Joe Goode, Wade Madsen, Clyde Evans Junior, and many other thought-provoking friends and colleagues. Currently, she resides in Minneapolis where she teaches for Zenon Dance School and choreographs productions for the Youth Dance Ensemble. Alongside her dance practice Jennifer is currently pursuing a Post Baccalaureate Certificate from Minneapolis College of Art and Design focusing on photography. Two series have traveled with her “Active Force” a study between the interaction of light and movement has been exhibited in Arizona, Illinois, and Minneapolis. “Disembodied She” focuses on women and their relationship with their own bodies premiered at the “Vagina Monologues, 2004” in Tempe, Arizona.