HEIDI BUNTING, has been an active Independent Artist, a faculty member in the dance program at Grant MacEwan College from 1993 until closure in May, 2005. Heidi obtained a BA in dance from the University of Oregon, and following, went to New York where she created her own choreography and performed as part of the independent village and SoHo scene of the 1970's. Heidi joined Dan Wagoner and Dancer's in 1975, performing and touring extensively throughout North America and Europe for seven seasons. During this time she was a frequent teacher at the Wagoner studio in NYC as well as Guest Faculty for Modern Dance at Princeton Ballet Society in Princeton, New Jersey. Returning to her native Idaho in 1982, Heidi founded Buntingdance, directed her own school and was on the dance faculty at Boise State University.

Immigrating to Canada in 1986 she began a long-term association with Edmonton presenter: Brian Webb Dance Company. Heidi has taught Master Class Series at The School of Toronto Dance Theatre, The School of Contemporary Dancers, CADA-BC, Harbour Dance Centre and SMMO in Vancouver, Circuit-est centre choreographie in Montreal and for Good Women Dance Society in Edmonton. In addition to BWDC, her choreography or performance has been presented by Mile Zero Dance Company, Visualeyez Festival, Dancer's Studio West / Calgary, Alberta Dance Showcase at Fluid Festival / Calgary, The Story of Force and Motion, Dancing on the Edge Festival, The Kiss Project, The School of Contemporary Dancers and Idaho Dance Theater. Heidi thanks the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Lee Fund for the Arts Award and the Edmonton Arts Council / City of Edmonton for support. Heidi received a Silver Centennial Medallion from the Province of Alberta for her contribution within the Arts Community as Artist and Advocate for the Arts. Heidi now lives in British Columbia.

contact Heidi