After graduation Skolen for Samtidsdans/ School of Contemporary Dance in Oslo (2000-2002) and P.A.R.T.S. (2002.2006) in Brussels, Loan Ha has worked as a contemporary dancer based in Brussels and later in Oslo, Norway.
Since 2007, Loan has been a dancer and movement-maker in Impure Company with choreographer Hooman Sharifi. With Impure she has so far produced and toured more than 10 productions in 36 different cities in 14 different countries.
She has next to this collaborated and performed with other artists as Kristina Gjems/Dreamscreen Prod.(NO), Mia Habib(NO), Virginie Mira (FR), Sandy Williams (CA/BE), and Julie Nioche/ A.I.M.E. (FR) a.o.
Loan Hà has since november 2006, been teaching yearly at Skolen for Samtidsdans and Rom for Dans in Oslo. She also invited Anne-Linn Akselsen and Sandy Williams at different occasion to teach workshops there in collaboration with her.
In 2013 she was one of the founders of PRAXIS Oslo, a weekly class where performing artists share their performative/artistic practices with other proffesionals in Oslo.
Her artistic work and teachings has always been anchored in her interest in the role of the performer/interpreter. While still a student at P.A.R.T.S. in May 2005 she wrote ”The performer is a spy” an essay based on interviews of colleagues, teachers and choreographers/performers in her surroundings on what abilities they thought were needed to become a «good» performer. This was later published in October 2005 in the magazine (theatre, dans) Etcetera (www.e-tcetera.be)
In Bergen 2010 she gave a talk in the festival Oktoberdans called ”Tracing my questions: about becoming a dancer”, referencing the text from 2005 and her experiences from her own experiences of work since graduating in Brussels.