Tiffany Velazquez's work with movement began at Yuma Ballet Academy where she studied the classical forms of ballet and contemporary. After high school, she had an opportunity to attend Utah Valley University. After her first year in Utah, she followed pursuit back to Arizona after loosing interest in traditional conservatory models. At Arizona State University, she grew into finding a voice as an artist through the introduction of unfamiliar movement styles. As well as exploring various art mediums lead by professors with an array of art modalities. In spring 2018, she co-produced 'The Delight Manifesto' and presented her own work, ‘Nogitivity: ‘Heartbreak-Falling in Love’. This production was a full evening multi-media performance with original works at The Unexpected Gallery in Downtown Phoenix. This past summer of 2018 she had the opportunity to attend ‘American Dance Festival’; a six-week summer intensive at Duke University in North Carolina. At ADF, she honed her craft for movement choreography by entering work into the student performance and created a duet, "It's Not that Serious". In the same summer she also attended ‘Illadelphia: Legends’ a week long intensive solely focusing on urban dance forms. Professionally, she has performed with CONDER/dance at Beta Dance Festival, Phoenix Art Museum, and Tiny Dances. The Sizzle Series for [nueBOX] in a work by Felix El Cruz, JordanDanielsDance at Mesa Arts Center, Scottsdale Community College, and Breaking Ground, and Liliana Gomez for ArtDetour in Warehouse 215 at Bentley Projects and Park Central/Grand Opening. Tiffany is involved at Phoenix Center for the Arts where she teaches both youth and adult creative, ballet, and improvisatory classes.
Teaching Artist, Choreographer, and Performer
Available for hire