Yasmine Lindskog is a performer, choreographer, and dance instructor. She has been trained in modern, contemporary, ballet, jazz, pointe, and tap. She came to California to pursue her career in dance at CSULB where she gained extensive training in modern, ballet, and choreography. Currently a BFA candidate, Lindskog has been awarded a Department of Dance Scholarship and the Richard and Johanna Baker Scholarship. Additionally, she has trained at the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, SBDNY Winter Module, NCDC’s Project Launch, Broadway Dance Center’s Professional Semester, and at BODYTRAFFIC’s Summer Intensive. Throughout her training thus far, she as had the opportunity to perform works by Shannon Gillen, Sidra Bell, Alex Ketley, Robert Moses, Ohad Naharin, Adam Barruch, Anton Lachky, Rebecca Lemme, Rebecca Bryant, Andy Vaca, Delyer Anderson, and Cornelius Carter. Lindskog has also assisted Liane Plane at Broadway Dance Center, interned at the Movement Talent Agency, and interned at the Pulse on Tour in NYC. This past fall her piece,The Last Light, premiered at the Martha B. Knoebel Theater. This work was part of her senior thesis and involved a large focus on the applicability of emergence and complexity theories with dance. She was featured in the November ORSP newsletter for her choreography and artistic process. Another work, What Was Balanced, will be premiering at the Martha B. Knoebel Theater this coming February. Her piece, What Was Balanced, was also chosen by the faculty for the informal showing at ACDA this March at CSULA.