Anthony Alterio

Anthony Alterio, MFA in Dance, BA Psychology and Dance
Anthony Alterio, MFA in Dance, BA Psychology and Dance
Assistant Professor
RAC
716-673-3596
anthony.alterio@fredonia.edu

M.F.A., University of Michigan

Anthony Alterio is currently on faculty in the Theatre & Dance Department as Assistant Professor of Dance at State University of New York (SUNY)at Fredonia. He explores representations of effeminate gay men in pop culture as part of a larger interest in how dancers present themselves. Anthony is a native of Pittsburgh, and he began his professional dance training at The University of Colorado-Boulder, where he received a BA double-majoring in Dance and Psychology and went on to attain an MFA in Dance from the University of Michigan. Upon graduation, he won the Maggie Allesee Choreography award and since has been showing work across the US. When teaching, Anthony creates a sense of community and challenges his students to move with intention and passion. Alterio is a member of Interweave Dance Theatre, the resident company of the Boulder Jazz Dance Workshop as well as Co-Director of a summer dance intensive geared toward the LGBTQIA+ community called Excessive Realness.

Personal Website

Office Hours

Tuesday: 9:30am-11:30am
Thursday: 9:30am-11:30am

Teaching Interests

Choreography
Contemporary/Lyrical Modern
Jazz
Hip Hop - House, Waacking, Breaking, and Commercial
Site Specific Dance
Improvisation
Queer Dance

Research Interests

Queer Theory
Pedagogy
Dance and Technology
Marketing for The Arts