Lynn Neuman is a national leading eco-artist with recent commissions from The Soraya, connecting California State University with Los Angeles River restoration, Waterfront Alliance, celebrating the Bicentennial of the Erie Canal, and National Gallery of Art, for Voices of the Ocean. She is the first choreographer to receive a Marion International Fellowship for the Visual and Performing Arts and is an an Association of Performing Arts Presenters Leadership Fellow. Her ecologically focused work has been featured in Dance Magazine, the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Broadway World. is one of the nations leading eco-artists.
As an educator and presenter, she is highly regarded and sought for her work in community engagement and the merging of arts and environmentalism. She is a regional producer for Global Water Dances, beach clean up coordinator for the American Littoral Society, on the steering committee of 350Brooklyn and a member of the Gowanus Neighborhood Coalition for Justice. Lynn believes in the power of the arts to effect positive change in people’s lives and communities. To this end, she works with a variety of populations promoting cultural literacy by engaging people in arts experiences. Lynn grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan and is an avid swimmer.