Kylie Dimick, originally from Soldotna, Alaska, began dancing at the age of three under the direction of Vergine Hedberg. Growing up, Kylie trained under notable teachers such as Diana Brooks, Aram Manukyan, Clayton Cunningham, and others. In 2018, Kylie graduated from Boise State University with her Bachelor of Science. She also earned her Minor in Dance, focusing on ballet and contemporary technique and repertory research. While working on her degree, Kylie joined Idaho Dance Theatre, under the direction of Marla Hansen, where she danced for three seasons. During her time with IDT, one of her favorite projects was dancing in a three-part film, Art in Nature: Dance for Camera, which was shot throughout Idaho in the Sawtooth Mountains, Bruneau Sand Dunes, and the City of Rocks. Kylie also had the opportunity to perform works choreographed by Marla Hansen, Sayoko Knode, Alyssa Tolman, and had the pleasure to perform alongside local Boise band, Lounge on Fire. In addition, she premiered two of her own original choreographic works, Worn Words and See the World. Her choreography was presented at Treefort Music Fest in 2018.
Kylie joined NW Dance Project’s administrative staff in 2020 after relocating to Portland, Oregon and is now their Education Coordinator. She is happy to teach studio classes when not in the office. She has a passion for dance education and inspiring the next generation of dancers while cultivating a positive learning environment.