Quenton Stuckey


Quenton Stuckey is a dance artist and musician based in New York City. Although an NYU Tisch alum, Quenton is originally from New Orleans. As the son of a preacher, Quenton’s work is based on memories of the church and black southern mysticism. As a performer Quenton has worked with a wide variety of choreographers including: Gerard+Kelly, sensorial artist Sarah Kinlaw, Simone Forti, and Ryan McNamara. In 2017, he choreographed a work featuring six dancers for the Young Collector's Council at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. He has also danced for institutions such as: the MoMa, The Whitney Museum, The Phillip Johnson Glass House, and Mana Contemporary. Later this year, Quenton will be participating in Pioneer Works' coveted Music Residency. Here he will create a new album and performance under the guise of his musical alias, an only child. --