on the walls
Sheila Anozier is a Haitian-American multidisciplinary artist combining dance, songs, and visual art into her work. She has lived in New York for most of her life, but it is Haiti she calls home. Her earliest memories are of Haiti where she lived with her grandmother and other family until she was seven. Notable performances have taken her to venues and festivals across the United States and abroad. Sheila’s artwork was featured in Brooklyn Arts Council’s NouLa/We Reach! exhibition at the Wyckoff House Museum in 2018 – a mixed media interactive exhibition designed to translate the multilingual voices of the Caribbean diaspora in Brooklyn. She is currently illustrating her adaptations of Haitian folktales. Sheila is also a teaching dance artist educating students of all ages nationally and internationally, and currently on faculty at Mark Morris Dance Center.