AMDA Faculty since: 2018
Milka Djordjevich is a choreographer, dancer and
educator. Her choreography has been shown at many venues, including REDCAT,
Grand Performances, LAX Festival, the Hammer Museum, Ghebaly Gallery, Machine
Project, Showbox LA/Bootleg Theater, HomeLA in Los Angeles, Kitchen Theatre
Company, the Chocolate Factory Theater, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the
American Realness Festival and Danspace Project in New York. Internationally,
her choreography has been seen in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Macedonia,
Poland, Serbia and the United Kingdom. Additionally, her choreography for the
camera has been featured in various galleries, festivals and fashion contexts. Milka's work draws from a variety
of compositional strategies to question preconceived notions of what dance should
or should not be.
Milka teaches Dance Theatre History, Iconic Dance Theatre Pop Culture and Kinetic Storytelling for the Camera.
M.F.A., Dance, Sarah Lawrence College
B.A., World Arts and Cultures, University of California, Los Angeles