Robbie Shaw

Robbie Shaw
Roberta Shaw (MFA – Ohio State University, BA - U.C. Berkeley) has been teaching in the areas of dance and media arts for 20 years, at schools including UCI, UCLA, The Ohio State University, La Salle College of the Arts in Singapore, and currently at PCC and CalARTS.  She has created dozens of choreographic works for both the stage and screen, presenting in venues including Dance Camera West, Utah Dance Film Festival, Dance Films Association, RedCAT, Wexner Center for the Arts, Highways, ARC Pasadena, Artist’s Television Access, ODC/SF, and more  She has received several grants for her work in stage and screen, including a DURFEE ARC grant for her dancefilm DOMINION. She has had the pleasure of dancing for many choreographers in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Ohio, including Neil Greenberg, Maria Gillespie (ONI Dance), Bebe Miller, Victoria Uris, Rebecca Pappas, Kristina Isabelle’s HIJINK Dance, Kneejerk Dance Collective, Dance Brigade, Project Bandaloop, and Deborah Rosen.  Her recent choreographic credits for television and film include the City of Pasadena's "Keep the Change,"campaign,  along with the films Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present, 2017, and the short film Lovely, of 2019.