After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2012, Megan was hired as the Office Manager for TDPS. Her current duties include (but are not limited to): human resources, hiring, payroll, event planning, academic personnel, work-study supervision, and assisting students, employees, and visitors with TDPS inquiries. She also guest teaches master classes on contact improvisation, dynamic partnering, creative movement, and release technique principles for the department.
In addition to working for TDPS, Megan is heavily involved in the Bay Area dance scene. She is a dancer, choreographer, singer/songwriter, teacher, and administrator, and she creates dances with an affinity for site-specificity and dynamic partnering. Megan Lowe Dances’ 2019 production of Action Potential was recently nominated for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award (Outstanding Achievement in Performance - Ensemble), and Megan has been included in nominations for numerous Izzies over the years while working with esteemed SF Bay Area dance companies. She has performed with Flyaway Productions, Lenora Lee Dance, Dance Brigade, Scott Wells & Dancers, Lizz Roman & Dancers, Epiphany Productions, and more. Megan is a Teaching/Choreographing Artist for Joe Goode Performance Group, Flyaway, and Bandaloop, and has also taught for organizations such as West Coast Contact Improvisation Jam (wcciJAM), the Finnish Hall, InterKinected, ODC, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, and Athletic Playground. She is currently the Marketing Manager for Flyaway Productions and an Organizer of wcciJAM. 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.