Robin ‘Bino’ Sanders is a profound performing artist, educator, writer, and speaker whose imaginative and intelligible works explore and celebrate culture and community. Sanders is a graduate of Liberty University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Studies in 2001. Shortly after graduation, Sanders traveled as a dancer and choreographer with national and international recording artist Nicole C. Mullen for over five years. Sanders later toured as choreographer and performer for CIY Tours and founded Out Loud Artistry, a performing arts training and mentorship program, in 2009. While touring and after, Sanders continued working as a teaching artist and budding writer, poet, and director.
Sanders has taught in residencies and workshops at Bates College, Bowdoin College College, Vanderbilt University, New Ballet Ensemble, and Velocity Dance Center.
Her catalog contains noteworthy commissioned work that includes: “See What I’m Sayin’ & “At the Geffen,” live spoken word performances at the Geffen Playhouse’s “Backstage at the Geffen” for honorees Morgan Freeman and Jeff Skoll; “Honor Thy Mother” a live spoken word performance for the TED International Conference; “For The City,” a choreographic work featured in Memphis Renaissance: Going on From Here and the National Civil Rights Museum’s Freedom Awards; and “New Ancients,” a spoken word performance for a feature short-film on Hulu’s May I Have Your Attention Please.
Pre- pandemic, Sanders toured as a performer, writer, and creative director for Love Heals All Wounds, an evening-length dance and spoken word production that has been highlighted in L.A. Times, New York Times, and Miami Herald. Sanders earned her Master’s of Public Service Leadership with a concentration in Management of Nonprofit Organizations from Capella University in 2011 and currently serves as the co-director and founder of Art of Family. Additionally, she is developing two new works entitled Love Is the New Black and Bodied, a Broadway style play, created in collaboration with Movement Art Is.
"Robin Sanders' words are
like futuristic sounds"
- Katie Smythe, New Ballet Ensemble