Judith Stuart Boroson
Judith Stuart Boroson founded the LIU Brooklyn Campus Dance Department and served as the chair from 1991 until 2007. As professor of dance she taught dance technique, dance history and criticism, choreography and administered both an academic and performing arts program in which she produced student, faculty and guest artist concerts.
She served for four years on the Brooklyn Arts Council, and for fourteen years wrote dance features and criticism for the Brooklyn Phoenix weekly newspaper.
Her work has been included in various juried shows: United Photo Industries and Powerhouse Book Store: Music and Photography; Brooklyn Waterfront Artists' Coalition; Viridian Artists's 3rd International Juried Photography Competition at Viridian Artists', Inc. Chelsea, NYC.
After looking at dance and dancers for many years, she became interested in capturing essential moments in dance through photography which led to the book ChoreoGraphics: Six Studies, to be released in the fall, 2019.
An annotated resume can be made available upon request.