Trina Mannino’s dances have been shared at Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn, Crooked Tree Art Center in Michigan, The Detroit City Dance Festival at the Detroit Institute of Art, The Estrogenius Festival at the Kraine Theater in New York City, Green Space in Queens, Mana Contemporary Open Studios in New Jersey, and Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn, among others.

Trina has performed in works by Donna Costello, Celia Rowlson-Hall, Anabella Lenzu, Barbara Mahler, Laura Peterson, Renato Rocha, JoAnna Mendl-Shaw, and Leyya Tawil, among others.

She has received funding from Brooklyn Arts Council (2018 and 2020) and has been awarded creative residencies at The Croft in Michigan (2019 and 2020) and at Mana Contemporary (2019) in Jersey City. She has been featured in All Arts, A Woman’s Thing, Brooklyn Paper, Dance Teacher Magazine, and Stance on Dance.

Her writing on dance and performance has appeared in Atlas Obscura, Brooklyn Rail, The Dance Enthusiast, Dance Europe Magazine, Forbes, and Vice. She also works in Arts Administration as a Company Manager for Gibney.