Artist Statement

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Chloe Napoletano is a Columbus, Ohio based dancer, teacher, choreographer, art administrator, and community dance practitioner. In 2017, Chloe received her BFA in dance from The Ohio State University. She specializes in teaching older adult populations.

​She co-directs Columbus Dance for Parkinson’s, a community dance program that provides bi-weekly movement classes specifically designed for individuals with Parkinson’s. She teaches weekly classes at BalletMet and Flux + Flow Movement Center. She is a lead teacher for In Motion: Movement Classes for Adults Over 50. She also teaches contemporary dance for Columbus State Community College.

Chloe is the Advanced Team Coordinator and an Assistant Teacher for Momentum-Excellence, a dance outreach organization that uses dance, music, and performance to put children on a path towards leading successful lives. She also works for the Learning Department at The Columbus Museum of Art providing educational experiences for CMA visitors.

She has been collaborating and performing with SeaBus Dance Company since 2017. Chloe has performed with SeaBus at many venues including the Columbus Arts Festival and the Columbus Museum of Art. Chloe also co-choreographs, co-produces, and performs in original dance pieces with her artistic partner Hana Newfeld. Their work has been performed at The Wexner Center for the Arts and the OhioDance Festival Concert in Columbus, OH.


Greater Columbus Arts Council Artists in the Community Marketing Support Grant

March 2019 | Recipient


Greater Columbus Arts Council Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson Professional Development & Research Grant

April 2018 | Recipient

The Crane Opportunity Grant

April 2018 | Recipient


Franklin County Neighborhood Arts Grant

August 2017 | Recipient