Faith Morrison

Faith Morrison was born in the tundra of Alaska and raised in the Rocky Mountains of Montana. She received her MFA in Dance at the University of Oregon in 2015, and her BA in Dance and Mathematics from the University of Montana in 2010. While attending university, Faith performed at the Kennedy Center for the National American College Dance Festival in choreography by Bebe Miller (2010), and choreography by Rachel Winchester (2014). After completing her undergraduate degrees, Faith performed as a company member with Headwaters Dance Company in Montana, and toured as a company member with Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre at the 2010 World Expo in China. Faith received Graduate Teaching Fellowships from 2012-2015 in the Dance Department at the University of Oregon where she taught Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Improvisation, and Swing. Currently, Faith is a company member and instructor with Polaris Dance Theatre.