Haas is an interdisciplinary artist with a specialty in movement studies. She lived, traveled and performed in her mobile stage from September 2011 until August 2014, building on the road with mostly reclaimed materials. Her artistic process emphasizes improvisation, but includes choreographic and set performance elements, which often involve writing, sound and light creation, photography, and alternative building. In August 2014 Haas stopped her travels and bought unincorporated land in northern Arizona. Haas’s off-grid homestead, known as Rosie's Ranch, opened as an informal art residency and retreat space in March of 2016. http://www.sarahhaas.org
Hallie's career in choreography, improvisation, and performance has taken her to both urban and wild locations across the globe. Her work and life is deeply inspired by the tension between wild and civilized worlds, and the negotiation of in-between. Her mobile dance studio is designed to provide space for dance in urban and wild settings. The studio's urban base offers a permanent location for dialogues and contributions in dance and somatic education. The studio's mobile design provides the opportunity to support collaboration with dancers, communities and the wild through regional tours and residencies in remote locations.