Gallim embodies human connection through dance that is bold, raw, and transformative. Through the vision of Artistic Director Andrea Miller, Gallim uses technical virtuosity, raw vulnerability, and an uncompromising authenticity to electrify and connect with global audiences. Creating and teaching out of its Brooklyn base, Gallim's international success spans the world of performing arts and cultural festivals, to collaborations in film, music, visual arts, and fashion.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, Gallim is a creative movement making and performing movement-based works for dance, theater, museums and gallery spaces, film, fashion, sites, events, and brands. Gallim is also a home of creativity providing access to its creative approach through classes, workshops, open rehearsals, artist residencies, and informal performances from its Brooklyn studio.
This past year, Artistic Director Andrea Miller was named artist-in-residence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. As the first choreographer to receive this distinction, Miller created two large works for the museum as well as led open rehearsals and educational workshops. Gallim's work has been presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Met Breuer, Frieze Festival, Art Basel, Lincoln Center, BAM, The Joyce Theater, The Kennedy Center, Jacob's Pillow, Spoleto USA, The Glass House, Hermès, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, SLS Hotel Miami and Vegas, Theatre National de Chaillot, The Grand Theatre de la Ville de Luxembourg, among many others.
Gallim was founded in 2007 and over the past decade, the company has received recognition from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, Princess Grace Foundation-USA, The Shubert Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and New York State Council on the Arts. It has also received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President for its Brooklyn studio community programming.