Wendy Blum, a New Yorker originally from Cleveland and Los Angeles, has had her choreography presented since 1993 at venues including Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church, PS 122, Movement Research at the Judson Church, The Yard, The Painted Bride Arts Center, Wesleyan University and Toronto’s Buddies in Bad Times Theater (see ‘about’ for more info).

Blum has taught at colleges and universities including Hunter College and Wesleyan University. Blum is a teaching artist with Lincoln Center Institute for the Arts in Education and with Orchestra St. Luke’s. She is an arts-education consultant for the 92nd Street Y, Orchestra St. Lukes, and the NYC Department of Education. She has created dances for the Jacob’s Pillow Touring Ensemble and for (and with) public and private school students in five states. She was the director/choreographer at Convent of the Sacred Heart/91st Street from 1992-1999. She studies Klein/Mahler technique with Barbara Mahler.

In addition to performing and touring with BlumDanceTheatre, Blum has performed in an Olympic Opening Ceremony, NYC Parks (Bryant, Central, Battery, Highbridge, and Tompkins), at rave events, storefront windows, community swimming pools, and along the Hudson River and with a bevy of talented choreographers.

She holds a BA from Wesleyan University and an MA from New York University, Department of Performance Studies.