Meghan Durham Wall



Meghan Durham Wall is a dance artist, educator, and advocate who lives and works on the ancestral lands of the Ute, Goshute, and Eastern Shoshone people. She is passionate about the various forms of human expression, combining her experiences as a professional dance artist and a speech-language salutologist. Meghan’s creative research lies in healing-centered and equity-oriented methods of training the body toward performance, whether on the stage or in society at large. She advocates for access to dance across a spectrum of unexpected to professional dancing bodies. Meghan currently serves as the Chair of the Dance Program at Westminster College, having enjoyed faculty positions at The Ohio State University, Princeton University, Temple University, and the University of Utah. Meghan’s interdisciplinary perspective informs her creative, pedagogical, and administrative approach to the field of dance and she continues to focus on community engagement and human connection through dance. Website:


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