Ilya Vidrin is interested in creating inclusive containers for the deliberate practice of making thinking visible. He is committed to systematic dialogue in and through creative expression, recursive inquiry, and formal research. Comfortably situated at the nexus of art, science, and intermodal discourse, Ilya's work spans from clinical trials of cognitive behavioral therapies to dramaturgy and choreography in theatre, opera, and dance. As the creative director of the Reciprocity Collaborative, Ilya's focus is on supporting sustainable partnerships in and between creative professionals across disciplines. A graduate of Harvard University, Ilya has been artist-in-residence at the Walnut Hill School, Interlochen Arts Academy, Jacob's Pillow, Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), and the National Parks Service.