"What impresses me most about Jeremy is his very clear vision as an artist and citizen. Jeremy's goal is to celebrate human diversity not only by creating opportunity for dancers of color, but more importantly to create ballets and dances that tell stories about people of color. It is not enough to incorporate and highlight diversity within our dancing ranks, the ballet and dance cannon needs to expand by including more stories that resonate with and are about people of color."
—Meg Booth, The Kennedy Center
(starting with most recent)
The BIP traveled east for a second residency at Vineyard Arts Project on Martha's Vineyard, developing material for a new ballet.
MADIBA and the world premiere of A Mother's Rite were presented in an exclusive BIP-only evening at SummerStage in Marcus Garvey Park.
Jeremy was featured in a Google Talk about the development of his new ballet A Mother’s Rite.
The BIP collaborated with photographer Melika Dez to produce 100 Fists, a photo series honoring the legacy of Nelson Mandela
Success Academy residency and performance of a new ballet profiling Harriet Tubman, performed by select middle school students and featuring Dance Theatre of Harlem’s Amanda Smith in the title role
The Bronx Museum of the Arts hosted a preview performance and discussion of A Mother’s Rite, in culmination of Jeremy McQueen's Artist-in-Residency
Performance for the Kentucky Center's ArtsReach Dance Out Loud event
Performance of an excerpt of A Mother's Rite at Success Academy
New Commission for the Council of Urban Professionals Annual Leadership Gala
MOLD (Moving Out LouD) Summit Co-Produced by Marymount Manhattan College Dance Department
BIP Performs a New Commission by ConEdison in Town Hall's Black History Month Celebration
BIP Debut Season at New York Live Arts
Harlem School of the Arts Dance Day Preview Performance
BIP Fundraising Gala at HUB Seventeen
#WorkofArtWednesday Web Series Launch
The Black Iris Project Launch in February 2016