In partnership with the New York Dance Force funded by the New York State Council of the Arts, we brought Gabrielle Revlock to Alfred University to teach open master classes and to show some of her work in a lecture presentation. These classes preceded her performance at Cedar Arts 171 Theater in Corning New York that was attended by many of our students. Ms. Revlock is a performer and dance-maker working in Philadelphia and New York. Her work has been presented across the USA at venues including The Joyce Soho, Dance Place, Abrons Arts Center, Danspace Project, ODC, Velocity Dance Center, Bryn Mawr College, Kelly-Strayhorn Theater, and the Korzo Theater in the Netherlands. An active performer, she has danced for many including Lucinda Childs, Susan Rethorst, Christopher Williams, Katsura Kan, Mark Dendy, Lisa Kraus, Leah Stein, Jane Comfort, Jumatatu Poe, Meg Foley, Sylvain Émard, Myra Bazell, Willi Dorner and Matthew Neenan for the Opera Company of Philadelphia. She has received a Rocky Award, was a finalist at The A.W.A.R.D. Show: Philadelphia, and has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, a LAB Fellowship through FringeArts, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the nEW Festival, the CEC New Edge Mix, the Susan Hess Choreographers’ Project and SCUBA National Touring Network for Dance. Interested in bridging experimentation and populism, she directed and edited the online video So You Think You Can’t Understand Contemporary Dance?, a 2-minute conversation with her favorite 5-year-old.