Carlo Antonio Villanueva (dancer)
Carlo Antonio Villanueva is a Filipino-American performing artist living in New York. His work in performance and choreography follows deep interests in Form and mischief. His movement practice oscillates among Cunningham Technique, Authentic Movement and other forms of improvisation, yoga, weight training, and running. He is a graduate of Rutgers University, with a BFA in Dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, 2013. Carlo has most recently worked on projects with with choreographers Christopher Williams and Moriah Evans. In the past year, he has also been engaged in the work of Merce Cunningham, Yasmeen Godder, Keely Garfield, and Parijat Desai. Carlo has also been a member of the Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Company for three years, through which he participates in the creation of large-scale performance productions; tours repertory programs nationally and internationally; and teaches dance classes in New York and abroad. Carlo's choreography has been supported and included by AUNTS, Bethany Arts Community, the Brooklyn Arts Exchange UPSTART Program, Brooklyn Studios for Dance, Gibney Dance, Knockdown Center, Movement Research, Recess, and NYU Tisch Dance. He was a 2015 Teaching Artist in Residence at Stony Brook University, and was supported by a Foundation for Contemporary Art Emergency Grant for a collaboration with Miriam Gabriel in 2017.