Maxine Steinman has been presenting her choreography in the NYC-tri-state area for the past 15 years at venues such as the 92nd Street Y, the Joyce Soho, Dance Space, the Dumbo Arts Festival, JKO Theater, The Ailey Citigroup Theater, and most recently in the Westfest Dance Festival. Internationally, Maxine has been invited to Taiwan, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Japan and Cyprus to teach, choreograph, and perform her work. She has also been commissioned to create works for Montclair State University, Hofstra University, Marymount Manhattan College, the Ailey School and conservatories in Spain, Brazil, and Taiwan. Maxine received two commissioning grants from the O'Donnell-Green Foundation for Music and Dance to collaborate with composers Matthew Ferry and Dred Scott (2009, 2011). Ms. Steinman has performed with Eleo Pomare (12 years), Denishawn Repertory Dancers, Mafata Dance Company, Robin Becker, Regina Larkin, Sue Bernhard, Spiritdance, and in the LINKS Project with the José Limón Dance Company, among others. Maxine teaches at the Limón Institute, The Ailey School, Montclair State University, Hofstra University, and Marymount Manhattan College. Formerly the director of the LINKS Project for the Limón Foundation, she stages excerpts of "A Choreographic Offering" by José Limón for universities and will be assisting to set "There is A Time" this fall. Maxine holds a BFA in Dance from Adelphi University and an MA in Dance and Dance Education from Teachers College Columbia University.