Meghan Wall

Associate Professor

Phone: 801.832.2820


Office Location: Jewett Center EEJ-C

Office Hours: M 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.,Th 2:00–3:00 p.m.


M.F.A. University of Utah
M.S. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
B.A. Wellesley College


Meghan Durham Wall is a dance artist, educator, advocate, and scholar. She is passionate about the various forms of human expression. Meghan’s creative research focuses on “the unexpected dancing body,” advocating for underrepresented bodies in the field. She also has experience working in non-profit early intervention and mental health sectors. Meghan lives, works, creates, plays, struggles, and learns on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded lands of the Ute, Goshute, and Shoshone peoples. She acknowledges that she unjustly benefits from the unpaid labor of enslaved people from Africa that shaped this country's economy and culture. Meghan’s creative investigations explore the unexpected dancing body and representation of difference in the movement arts. She embeds interdisciplinary inquiry within dance choreography and performance, however the human body and experience remain at the foreground of her work.  Meghan’s creative work as an independent choreographer and performer has been supported by the Philadelphia Foundation, the nEW Festival, Dance Advance’s artists’ exchange in Singapore (administered by the Pew Charitable Trust), the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Painted Bride Art Center, and Salty Creative, among others. Her past Double/Take Project, performed with artistic partner Karl Rogers, explored legibility of different bodies through the duet form with commissions by renowned choreographers, including Susan Hadley, Stephen Koester, Bebe Miller, Lisa Race, and Mariko Yamada. Meghan's interdisciplinary perspective informs her pedagogical, scholarly, civic, and administrative perspective. she encourages dancers to make deep connections across artistic and academic pursuits. Whether in the studio, classroom, online, or in public, Meghan continues to focus on community engagement and human connection through dance. Meghan currently serves as the Chair of the Dance Program at Westminster College, having enjoyed dance faculty positions at numerous colleges and festivals, including The Ohio State University, Princeton University, Temple University, the University of Utah, the Bates Dance Festival, the Now + Next Dance Mentoring Project, and BalletMet’s Summer Dance Intensive. She was a pilot faculty member for Virginia Tanner’s LEADD program, providing an immersive arts experience for adults with disabilities.

Meghan Wall