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Carlota Pradera is a performer, choreographer, and dance teaching artist original from Spain, who has been living and working in Miami, Florida, since 2001. Carlota has a BA in performance and choreography from FIU (2009). She has worked with choreographers Giovanni Luquini, Puksuku Dance Group, Fredrick Bratcher, Bistoury Dance Company, Heather Maloney, and Karen Peterson & Dancers from 2002 through 2007. Her choreographic body of work has been presented at Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Cisneros Fontanals Foundation, Florida Dances (Florida Dance Festival), Studio 1415, and the Emerging Choreographers Series. Currently, she is working on a project in collaboration with visual artist Glexis Novoa and composer Gustavo Matamoros for which she has received the Professional Dancers Fund from Anchor Arts Management. She was awarded the Artist Access Grant in 2004 and 2007 by The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Artist Enhancement Grant by the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs in 2007. Carlota has an extensive community outreach experience, serves as an artist in residency for the Yep, VSA Arts of Florida, and Arts for Learning programs, and is currently very involved on building a strong and versatile contemporary dance scene through the work at Inkub8 under the direction of Heather Maloney.
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