Faculty, Upper Division Faculty
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Mia Brice began her dance journey at the age of three at the Edge School of the Arts in Queens, NY. She went on to continue her training at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art & Performing Arts, where she had the opportunity to be taught by renowned dancers and choreographers. After graduation, Mia attended the School of Dance at George Mason University and graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance. During her time at the School of Dance, she had the ability to perform in various student choreography pieces and guest artist pieces, which include Soon Ho Park, Doug Varone, Lar Lubovitch, and Nacho Duato. She has choreographed three pieces at the School of Dance, all of which were premiered on the Harris Theater stage on George Mason’s campus. Her latest piece, “Pieces,” was selected to be performed at American College Dance Association and then was later selected to be performed at the national conference in Long Beach, California. She is currently a dancer with Afro-Feet, a collective of dancers who combine tap and African Gumboot dance.