Hadar Ahuvia is a multidisciplinary artist working in conversation with her Ashkenazi Jewish lineage, through song dance and text toward a “Radical Diasporism”. Raised in Israel/Palestine and the US/Turtle Island, Ahuvia’s work has been supported by Movement Research, Baryshnikov Art Center, Yaddo, New Music USA, the Brooklyn Arts Council, and has been presented by NYLA/DTW, the 14th St. Y., Art Stations Foundations, Danspace Project, and Gibney Dance. Ahuvia is a two time finalist for the Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship. Ahuvia has shared her research at AJS, ASU, City College, Whitman College, and Yale University among others. Her work deconstructing Zionist folk dance was recognized with a 2018 Bessie nomination for Outstanding Breakout Choreographer and inclusion in Dance Magazine’s ‘25 to Watch in 2019’.