Currently an assistant professor at The University of Washington, Rachael has been an adjunct professor at Middlebury College, UCLA, Cal State Los Angeles, Cal Arts, and The University of San Francisco. She teaches master classes and workshops around the world, both individually and with collaborators. Some past venues include Tanzfabrik (Berlin), ODC (San Francisco), and Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation (Seattle), with recent residencies at The University of Montana, Lane College, and Western Washington University.
Rachael holds an MFA from UCLA’ s department of World Arts and Cultures/ Dance and has learned directly from or been deeply influenced by Annie Bunker, Annie Carpinter, Victoria Marks, David Rousseve, Leslie Seiters, Jo Kreiter, Joe Goode, Kathleen Hermesdorf, Emir Kustarica, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Charlie Chaplin, Bill T. Jones, Natalie Goldberg, Ginette Laurin, Sara Shelton Mann, Nancy Stark Smith, Henry Wolfe-Lincoln, and many, many others.
Lincoln is available for visiting artist residencies and offers new work creation, repertory, and classes in all levels of contemporary technique, somatics, contact improvisation, ensemble improvisation, creative process, and composition.