Lisa Wymore is a Professor in the Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies. She teaches classes in choreography, dance technique, pedagogy, improvisation, collaborative innovation, and performance. She is the Co-Artistic Director of Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts with Sheldon B. Smith. She regularly works with choreographers, computer engineers, and visual/sound artists who are investigating embodiment and interactivity within live and media-informed performance. Wymore is an ongoing member of Metabody EU, a group of artists and researchers who are critically examining human computer interfaces and information control systems in order to expand and challenge how technology supports the fullness of the human embodied experience. In 2020 Wymore collaborated on a dance project with Georgina Kleege and Jess Curtis of Gravity dance company to create a new dance piece entitled Cycle that incorporated live audio transcription within the choreographic project from the start of the process, and utilized haptic access tours before the performance to invite a more inclusive experience of concert dance. She received a Presidential Chairs Fellow Curricular Enrichment Grant in 2019 to examine how her course Collaborative Innovation could inform the Discovery initiative on the Berkeley campus and improve the student experience within diverse teaming environments. In summer 2020, Wymore was invited to be a guest teacher in an exciting new remote course in the Berkeley Changemakers program. She is currently the Faculty Advisor for Berkeley Arts + Design.