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2020 Winter Institute- Dance Exchange
Grow your capacity as a facilitator, dancemaker, and leader in intergenerational collaboration, while working alongside Associate Artistic Director Elizabeth Johnson, Resident Artist Juliana Ponguta Forero, and Partnering Artist Ralph Glenmore. Register to join us January 9-12.
"January 10, 1995, Joan Myers Brown, Founder/Executive Artistic Director of PHILADANCO! published the Directory of Choreographers for Black Dance Companies. At the time, this one-of-a-kind publication was in response to the frequent questions for information about "Black choreographers who work with Black dancers or predominantly Black dance companies." In the same spirit of this publication, IABD wants to hear from you and know who you are. As the organization grows and expands, IABD continues to bring visibility to the dance community. We can't think of a better way to maintain this awareness than to begin the enhancement of our existing dance directory. Help us to shift the narrative about the lack of Black choreographers, dance schools and studios. We know you exist." Click here for more information.
Aimed at practitioners who already have a strong working practice of CRP, the Certification program provides ten months of highest-level mentoring, peer-to-peer learning, and intensive practice in the foundations, principles, and variations of Critical Response Process. Participants will study directly with CRP book co-author and master trainer John Borstel, in addition to master classes with and guidance from Liz Lerman. Applications are now open, and can be found here.
The Mark Morris Dance Group invites students,
dancers, and emerging teaching artists with and without disabilities to apply. This comprehensive 16-week program provides
a robust opportunity to work within the unique teaching methodology at the Mark
Morris Dance Center and build formal teaching practices, whether you’re coming
straight out of a university program or a professional performing career. For more information and the application, click here. Application deadline is December 6, 2019.
This symposium designed for dance professionals in higher education asks: “How are you and your university moving forward and responding to the next generation of artists, educators, and innovators?”; and offers the opportunity for faculty and graduate students in dance education and performance to engage in discourse on the following topics: Defining and Advancing Diversity in Higher Education Dance Programs; Envisioning Dance in Digital Space; and Related Research and Position Papers. Dates: January 8-11, 2020. Fee: $425. The Symposium fee includes nightly performances at The Joyce and dance workshops. The event is hosted by NYU/Tisch and NYU/Steinhardt.
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