Ann Law is an improvisational dancer, dance educator and arts activist. She is Co-Artistic Director of Contemporary Performing Arts of Chattanooga (CoPAC) and Founder of Barking Legs Theater in Chattanooga, Tennessee. For the past 24 years, through CoPAC at Barking Legs Theater, she has provided a supportive space to encourage both emerging and established artists, to grow thoughtful audiences, and to cultivate strong community art activism. Law received her MA in Dance Education through UNCG and her BA in Dance from Mills College. She is also a certified Pilates and Kinetic Awareness instructor. She has received many awards including the Tennessee Association of Dance Outstanding Dance Educator and Tennessee Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship award. Ann is also a breast cancer survivor (2006) and in 2008, created a full evening solo performance Passion Flower Project, based on her cancer experiences. Since August 2015, she has been actively developing and designing Full Circle Teaching Artists Program (FCTAP) to support artists in their desire and quest to become teaching artists. FCTAP is a collaborative program involved in the ongoing process of discovery. Law designs arts education curriculums that engage and transform students into critical thinkers capable of social change and believes that by strengthening life skills, academic progress is made. FCTAP works with failing schools and documents their amazing personal growth through the arts.