Stav Bar-Nahum Frank (Tel-Aviv, Israel) is a dance artist, choreographer and modern dance teacher.
She has a Bachelor of Education in Dance from Kibbutzim College, Tel-Aviv. Additionally, she is a graduate of the Dance Training Program Maslool Bikurey Ha'itim, where she performed pieces by Angelin Preljocaj, Matz Ek, Idan Sharabi, and Barak Marshall, in addition to performing Ronit Ziv's Rose Can't Wait at Boydem Festival 2012 and Michael Getman's Fire Bird with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra.
Her latest piece Let's Play Girl, created in collaboration with Michal Ingber, was performed in The Steiner 2017, Tel-Aviv. Stav also created The Spider and the Butterfly in collaboration with multidisciplinary artist Noa Becker at the International Puppet Festival 2016 under the direction of the Train Theatre, Jerusalem. The piece is performed on a regular basis throughout Israel.
As a dancer, she has participated in many performances, including a featured performer in Yvonne Rainer's works at the Dublin Dance Festival, presented in the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Out of Nothing by Yael Rowe, Between Two Walls, Hamsa Hamsa Hamsa, and Blooming Dusk by Ma'ayan Liebman-Sharon and Vitrine and A Lady and a Bench by Kelly Ayache.
As a modern dance teacher, she educates young children from the ages of 5 to 18, and she also teaches repertory workshops around Israel.