Shannon Nulf is a movement artist and administration nerd whose work reflects her commitment to human connection and community building. A recent graduate of the University of Michigan with a BFA in Dance and minors in Movement Science and Performing Arts Management, Shannon spent her time pursuing her degree as a dedicated community member and attentive mover. At U-M, she has worked with artists Urban Bush Women, Rosie Herrera, and Joel Valentin-Martinez, U-M Faculty Missy Beck and Charli Brissey, and MFA candidates Fabiola Torralba, Sydney Schiff, Kelly Hirina, Jen Peters, and Melissa Brading. She is a dedicated dance educator and has taught a wide variety of styles and levels at the Superior School of Dance in Michigan and to staff at Jacob’s Pillow, having studied dance education and pedagogy at U-M. Currently, she is working at Jacob’s Pillow as a Community Engagement Fellow and rehearsing, teaching, and creating work locally in the Berkshires.