Hannah Haines is a dancer, choreographer, and educator based in southern Maine.

She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Anthropology, and Dance with a concentration in performance and choreography from Skidmore College in 2019. While at Skidmore Hannah had the opportunity to perform original creations by Skidmore faculty, as well as works by Earl Mosley, Ohad Naharin, Paul Taylor, Danny Grossman, and Isadora Duncan. She has presented her own choreography in film and live performances at Engine Gallery, The Frances Tang Teaching Museum, and the American Dance Festival’s Movies by Movers film festival.

Hannah was selected to participate in the panel  “How to be an Ethically Engaged Anthropologist: Activism and Advocacy through Partnership and Collaboration” at the Northeast Anthropological Association Conference 2019, and to present at NYU’s 2020 Mapping Cultures conference for her theoretical research investigating using dance film as an ethnographic method.

She is currently an Apprentice and Teacher Certificate Candidate with Lori Belilove and the Isadora Duncan Dance Company.