Ana Miranda is a Cuban born Miami-based dance artist that experiments within the genres of contemporary dance and flamenco. Her choreography has been supported by Miami Dade Cultural Affairs and presented throughout Florida and beyond. Miranda produced two critically acclaimed shows of her work in Miami, Soulé (2012) and Revolution/Evolution (2013). Southern State, an ensemble work featuring live music and film projection, was presented in NYC in 2015 and a solo work, Proverb, was performed at Judson Memorial Church in NYC in 2016. Recently she was in residency at the Banff Centre in Canada, performing works in process. Miranda has an MA in dance/movement therapy and an MFA in choreography. In 2004, she founded the non-profit Art Works for Us, Inc. to fund artistic projects and outreach programs. In her diverse roles, Miranda's mission has been to honor the sanctity of the human spirit in the dancing body.