About Brenna Mosser:

Brenna Mosser (she/her) is a dance artist based in Minneapolis, MN. She seeks to illuminate the awe in her surroundings by sculpting falls, stumbles, and asymmetries gracefully. She spent two years in the Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa, where she faced the reality of climate change and has since dedicated her work to dissect and digest this crisis with her community.

She earned her bachelor’s in dance performance at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London, UK. She supplemented her degree at le Centre national de la danse Contemporaine in Angers, France where she spent two years learning intensively from world-renowned dance companies and their artists. There, she earned an L3 licence in dance performance and in arts management. 

Alongside Analog, she dances for Threads Dance Project, Ruby Josephine Dance Theater, 43°N 94°W Movement Research, and Zoë Koenig.


Bridging the gap

between dance and science.

We partner with science organizations to engage new audiences and create our works. Email us!


We value an environmentally minded, sustainable, and ethical business model. Here's how:

Environmental Impact

Economic Power

Equitable Opportunities
Our props and costumes are 100% found and reused items and we reduce our paper waste by communicating electronically.

As a new company with few resources, Analog ensures that its artists are paid first. Our ultimate goal is to pay a competitive rate with consistent hours.

We thrive on diverse experiences and ways of thinking. We aim to be inclusive through these actions:    
  • Analog prioritizes inclusivity in our dance auditions by creating an open call, meaning we do not vett dancers interested in attending the audition. Resumes and headshots are not asked for, as this is a deterrent to those who may not have them. 

  • Analog is committed to being a safer space for individuals of all gender identities. We do not assume gender - we ask for persons’ pronouns (artists, patrons, committee members, partners, etc.) and only hold events where there are gender neutral bathrooms or arrange to accommodate. We announce these accommodations in advance for all events so that all feel welcome.

These are small steps and we have so much more work to do. We look forward to expanding these steps to have a greater impact throughout our future programming.

Analog Dance Works