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Since 2005, Chipaumire has toured extensively throughout North America, Europe, and Africa, most
recently performing in Bergamo, Italy for the 2010 Takunda Prize, presented by Cesvi, an international
humanitarian organization. She is a 2008 New York Dance and Performance (aka "Bessie”) Award
for her choreographic work Chimurenga; and a 2007 New York Dance and Performance Award in the
performance category for her work with Urban Bush Women where she also served as Associate
Artistic Director. She has been honored with the Mariam McGlone Emerging Choreographer Award
from Wesleyan University Center for the Arts (2007). Chipaumire's work has received funding from
the National Dance Project (NDP), Rockefeller MAP Fund, Creative Capital and the National
Endowment for the Arts. She is featured in the documentary "Movement (R)evolution Africa (a story
of an art form in four acts)" and the focus of two dance films: "Nora," directed by Alla Kovgan and
David Hinton and "Dark Swan," directed by Laurie Coyle. Chipaumire studied dance formally and
informally in her native Zimbabwe, Senegal, USA, Cuba, and Jamaica. She is a graduate of the
University of Zimbabwe’s School of Law and holds graduate degrees from Mills College of Oakland, CA
in dance (MA) and choreography & performance (MFA).