kathryn nusa logan is a collaborative and interdisciplinary artmaker whose work spans many genres, including choreography in ballet and contemporary dance, performance art, dance for the screen, video art, music composition for dance, songwriting, sound design, and poetry. under the name of her solo songwriting  project, Lanusa, she has recorded three albums and performed across the U.S. ongoing collaboration with dance and video partner Katy Gilmore under the project name Logan Company, has produced dozens of short films, performances and video installations.

kathryn teaches dance composition, improvisation, classical and contemporary ballet, contemporary modern dance (influenced by prolonged work with contemporary techniques including Cunningham, Limón,  Skinner, and Klein), somatic practice, screendance, interdisciplinary composition, and yoga. her teaching is focused around equity,  anatomical alignment, clarifying bodymapping, and personal investigation. 

kathryn is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, a former Kenan Fellow with Lincoln Center Education, and she recently received her MFA in Dance from The Ohio State University.