Sri Susilowati is a choreographer from Indonesia and has choreographed extensively in the U.S. and Indonesia establishing dance groups and teaching students. She is the producer of “Dancing in the Margins Festival,” and the director and founder of “Sri Dance Company,” a dance group that creates and performs contemporary works on the subjects of community, gender, and ethnicity through dance and multi-media. She has been the recipient of many fellowships and distinctions including the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Rainbow Award, Lester Horton Award, City of Los Angeles Artist-in-Residence (AIR) and COLA grants, the Puffin Foundation grant, the James Irvine Foundation grant, Center for Cultural Innovation grant, and Global Citizenship Initiative grant. Her current projects include collaboration with David Rousseve on a new dance-on-camera work, “Two Seconds After Laughter.”
Sri created “Shimmer” for the August 2011 edition of Dances Made to Order.