Emma Bergman is a performer, collaborator, artist, and educator based in Baltimore, MD. She recently graduated from the University of Michigan with a BFA in Interarts Performance.
Emma's work centers around collaboration and the distinct artistic languages that can exist within it. She is a member of Call Your Mom, a multimedia making family made up of her, E Cadoux, Sophie Goldberg, and Mia Massimino. The collective has been working together since 2014 to explore ideas of intimacy and communication and test the boundaries of relationships between audiences and performers.
Emma is also a digital storyteller interested in archiving personal histories. Her most recent oral history project, Life Histories of Hamtramck, is an online database that presents a series of interviews and photographs from a small but contentious town inside Detroit, MI.
Emma is an experienced arts workshop facilitator and has worked with a wide range of communities including students at the University of Michigan, inmates at a Michigan correctional facility, young children at a DC quaker elementary school, high school students in Detroit, MI, and middle school students in Baltimore, MD.