Sarah Cullen Fuller
Sarah Cullen Fuller is an educator, dancer, and choreographer who is dedicated to the transformative power of dance. A graduate of the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Sarah began her career in dance performance working with the Joffrey and Boston Ballets, and has spent the past fifteen years with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago as a main company performer, stager, educator, faculty member of the Professional Program, and Founder of The Parkinson’s Project. Sarah is currently a full-time faculty member in the Dance Program at Loyola University Chicago where she teaches extensively in ballet, modern, and contemporary techniques. Sarah is the Producer and choreographer in the inaugural Dance Senior Showcase, Co-chair of the Midwest Convening on Physically Integrated Dance, as well as Co-Artistic Director of In/Motion: Chicago’s Dance Film Festival, a three-day festival committed to social justice through interdisciplinary artworks and collaborative partnerships. Sarah specializes in Adaptive and Physically Integrated Dance practices and has presented her research in the field throughout the country. She is also a wife and mother to two boys, Levi and Ronan.