Megan Lowe

Office Manager

Human Resources, Payroll, and Assistant Student Advising

  • 15 Dwinelle Hall
  • Email
  • (510) 664-9012

After graduating from UC Berkeley, Megan was hired as the Office Manager for TDPS. Her current duties include (but are not limited to): human resources, hiring, payroll, event planning, photography, supervising work studies, and assisting students, employees, and visitors with TDPS inquiries. She also guest teaches classes on contact improvisation (CI) and partnering for the department.

In addition to working for TDPS, Megan is heavily involved in the Bay Area dance scene. Some artists Megan is/has been performing with are Flyaway Productions, Lizz Roman & Dancers (LR&D), Scott Wells & Dancers, Dance Brigade, Epiphany Productions, This Sweet Nothing, Marit Brook-Kothlow, Christine Cali, Beth Fein, Karl Frost, Keith Hennessy, Nita Little, and Tino Sehgal. She is continuing to create her own works, presented both live and on film, as well as making collaborative works with dance-artist, Sonsherée Giles. Amongst Megan’s site-specific dance films, Never Finished: Explorations at the Finnish, created, composed, and performed during a residency at The Finnish Hall, was officially selected by the 12th Annual Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema and the 4th Annual Tiny Dance Film Festival; and We Came To See Something… premiered at the closing show of the Subterranean Arthouse. She is a Teaching Artist for Joe Goode Performance Group and Bandaloop, and has also taught CI and partnering at Shawl-Anderson Dance Center and for KULARTS. Megan is currently the Marketing Manager for Flyaway Productions and an Organizer of the West Coast Contact Improvisation Jam. She is also a singer and collaborator in the alternative/folk band, TYPESTEREO. In addition to helping you out with your TDPS needs, if you have questions about dance opportunities after college, she can help you out.

Megan is incredibly grateful to be working for TDPS, which fosters the perfect environment for pursuing a career in the arts.

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