Andrea Knowlton (Assistant Professor of Dance) is a Choreographer, Filmmaker and Educator. She has presented choreography in New York City at Dance Theater Workshop, Triskelion Arts, Cunningham Studios, in Los Angeles at California Institute of the Arts, REDCAT, Bootleg Theater, Live Arts Los Angeles, and in Atlanta, GA. She creates and screens films nationally and internationally, recently as part of Dance Camera West, Screen Dance International, and Frame Rush @ The Place London. As an Educator she has taught at California Institute of the Arts, California State University Long Beach, and Pasadena City College. Her research on the pedagogy of dance filmmaking was presented at the 2021 NDEO Conference. She is an Assistant Professor at Kennesaw State University where she teaches Dance Technique, Dance Filmmaking, Improvisation, and Pedagogy. She is the Primary Investigator and recipient of a National Science Foundation Award which supports collaborative research exploring relationships between improvisational dance and artificial intelligence. She holds a BFA in Dance/Choreography from Marymount Manhattan College in NYC and an MFA in Choreography/Integrated Media from California Institute of the Arts.