Rosa Rodriguez Frazier, FLACC Danc Festival, Narración Quebradona

rosa rodriguez-frazier

dance teacher/co-director

A.B. Miller High School Dance & Conservatory 

adjunct professor

Riverside City College

MFA,University of California Riverside, CA 

BA, University of California Riverside, CA

California Single Subject Teaching Credential, University of Redlands, CA

Career Technical Education Teaching Credential, Cal State San Bernardino, CA

Rosa Rodriguez-Frazier, born and raised in the Inland Empire, is a teacher, dance-maker and performing artist based in Riverside, California. Her interest as a first generation Mexican American woman artist values “movement “as a means to corporally dismantle bi/cultural stereotypes of gender, class, race and citizenship on traditional/non-traditional U.S. platforms. Founder and artistic collaborator of rosa and joey dueto collective and Primera Generación Dance Collective, Frazier received a BA in Dance and an MFA in Experimental Choreography from the University of California, Riverside. She is a full-time dance teacher at the A.B. Miller High School Dance and Conservatory program in Fontana, CA and adjunct faculty at Riverside City College.