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Paige Barnett Kulbeth

Paige Barnett Kulbeth is a Louisiana/NYC-based dancer and artist from Lafayette, LA, where she graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 2017. In 2018 Paige began dancing with Basin Dance Collective under the direction of Clare Cook while creating her own dance and film installations: a short film, Periscope, which received an Official Selection for the 92Y Mobile Dance Film Fest in NYC, a solo gallery exhibit titled Woman in Bath (90 Minutes), and a rework of Tina Girouard’s Mardi Gras Suites and Quartets 1974/2018, held at Acadiana Center for the Arts (AcA). In 2019 she choreographed a site-specific work, Every Place We Ever Lived, directed by Gina Aswell and performed in rural Opelousas, LA. Paige’s 2021 endeavors include her self-produced works which experiment with women’s gender consciousness: CAMGIRL, a live-streamed and ongoing look into the feminine performer’s psyche, and A Song of Visions, a dance-and-opera performance funded in part by the ArtSpark grant. In 2022 she premiered a new experimental dance work, 4-Letter Word, in collaboration with musician and animator Stuart Welch at the AcA. Once in NYC, Paige danced for the Marc Jacobs Spring 2020 Fashion Show, Christina Noel & The Creature, MeenMoves, and is currently a company member of Dance Heginbotham. Since then, Paige has performed with musicians from Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, The Knights NYC, and jazz guru Ethan Iverson. Notable performance venues include Jacob’s Pillow, San Diego Music Society Festival, Scottsdale Arts, The Ringling Museum, and Bryant Park NYC. She is also currently cast as The Birdie in Isaac Mizrahi’s annual production of Peter and The Wolf,  held at the Guggenheim Museum.

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Photo by Aeric Meredith-Goujon

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