A.T. Moffett is a dancer, choreographer, and educator trained in public policy. Her policy interests include arts education, arts and aging, and arts and health. Her creative work centers on arts-based research and community engagement. Projects include Shadd’s Daughters (2021), Watershed (2020), Re-Entry (2017), and Same Story, Different Countries (2016).
A.T. is the recipient of a 2020 Plant Life in the City Fellowship and a 2017 Individual Artist Fellowship in Choreography from the Delaware Division of the Arts. In addition to university concerts and residencies, her choreography has been presented at the Delaware Contemporary, The Baby Grand, and the DuPont Environmental Education Center as well as Conduit (OR), Tek Box Theater (MN), Baxter Theatre (Cape Town, SA), and the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls (Myereton, SA). She serves an educational consultant for the Grand Opera House, dance panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts, and secretary for the Delaware Dance Education Organization. Her writing is published in the Journal of Dance Education, Research in Dance Education, and Undergraduate Research in Dance.
Originally from Kentucky, A.T earned a BA in Dance from Radford University in Virginia, an MFA in dance from the University of Oregon in Eugene, and has completed an MA in Urban Affairs and Public Policy from UD’s Biden School of Public Policy and Administration 2022.