Emma Rose Brown (b. 1991) is a Queens-based performer, multidisciplinary artist, and oral historian working in the field of dance. She assists in the preservation and production of the Dance Oral History Project at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and is the Archives Coordinator for the Community Library of Voice and Sound in Hudson, NY.
She is a three time SU CASA artist-in-residence through Queens Council on the Arts where she has taught experimental documentary arts to older adults. Her work takes her between the urban and the rural.
Her work is guided by a curiosity in, and pursuit of, ethical community engagement, as well as, a belief that art has the potential to shape the historical record.
Emma has facilitated participatory community scores at the Rochester Folk Arts Guild and at the Abode Farm in New Lebanon, NY and presented work at GIBNEY, Movement Research, New York Live Arts, The School for Contemporary Dance and Thought, The School of Making Thinking, and Ponderosa Movement and Discover. Emma is an MFA candidate in Integrated Media Art at Hunter College.