Zoë Marr Hilliard is a dancer, teacher, choreographer, visual artist, mother of three, and born-and-raised Vermonter. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Smith College in dance (technique and performance concentration) and studio art (sculpture concentration) and has been working in the arts ever since. Zoë has been teaching dance, choreographing, and performing professionally in Vermont since 2009. She has taught dance to students of all ages (2-70+) and abilities with varying backgrounds, from new and “non-” dancers to experienced and advanced. In addition to performing her own choreography at various venues around the state, Zoë has also danced professionally for Ballet Vermont, the Vermont Opera Project, Cradle to Grave Arts, and Vital Spark North. Zoë has taught dance at Vermont Center for Dance Education since 2011, is the dance teacher at Green Mountain Community School, and is the Vice President plus a teacher, choreographer, and dancer for the Marble Valley Dance Collective. She has also choreographed for Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theater, Marble Valley Players, and Castleton University Theater Arts Department. Zoë is so excited to share her passion for dance with the VTSU community!