Born in Poland and lives in London, performing artist pursuing her professional career as a contemporary dancer, choreographer and artistic director of LCP dance theatre. She collaborated with Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Tavaziva Dance , BBC, Nyctoloptic dance Theatre and coo-funded AllotropiaMovement.
Joanna’s work at LCP as an Executive Directer and contemporary dancer involves “Rights(?)” BBC award, “Lust Lost Last” Camden Fringe Festival, “Taking Chances” Brockley Arts Festival, as a choreographer and performer – “Voices 4 Change”,”Please do not remove it”,“Up&down”. She danced with Dance United at “Destino” Sadlers Wells”, choreographed and performed with Jawaf Dance Theatre “Going nowhere”, with AllotropiaMovement “Imaginary…”. Performed at “The Profondis” Frivol Festival in London.
Her artistic ability also carries over into other mediums as she creates sets and films connected to the human rights based dance performance. Joanna starred as a dancer in one of the short dance film productions awarded in 2009 at the International Portobello Film Festival of London.
In London Joanna is associated with Lewisham College and Goldsmith University where she runs the company dance classes and workshops. She is also a funder of a new yoga dance style that has been taught in Europe/America and Yoga Therapist for well being at Minded Institute.
She graduated from She has graduated from University of London: Birkbeck College in association with The Place (Contemporary Dance School of London) and Metthew Bourne ‘New Adventures’ with a dance degree; Lewisham College: BTEC National Award in Performing Arts-Dance; Royal Holloway University of London: Postgraduate Certificate in Physical Theatre for Dancers and Actors lead by Jasmin Vardimon Company.
Currently Joanna is choreographing a new dance theatre “I AM” – a continuation of the previous production ” AM I” against human trafficking. For the third time Edinburgh Fringe Festival will welcome LCP after very successful performances in the last 2 years.
The stunning choreography, the impeccable execution and the power of the visual imagery is utterly paralysing. “Dance stops trafficking!” they advertise. For me, their dance stopped my heartbeat.” ‘THREE WEEKS’ EDINBURGH FRINGE