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Location: Los Angeles, CA
Dates: October 29 - October 30, 2018
Join ArtsReach in Los Angeles when the National Arts Marketing, Development and Ticketing Conference convenes for a uniquely collaborative event.
Constituents of Dance/USA are entitled to a $180 registration discount, and 3-for-1 to the Conference at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. The overall theme for the conference is "Building Resilience for Today and Tomorrow." The Super Early Bird Registration Deadline is July 31. In addition to the $180 discount mentioned above Dance/USA constituents can receive the lowest prices and bring two colleagues for FREE (3-for-1) if they register by July 31. Plus, each additional delegate is just $199. To see the details, please click here.
The National Guild is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI), a transformative skill-building program for experienced and developing leaders.
CAELI offers group and personalized training, a five-day seminar (July 24-28) at Bryn Mawr College in Philadelphia, PA, a 360-degree feedback process, peer mentoring, and follow-up coaching. In addition, CAELI participants become part of a powerful, supportive alumni network of arts education leaders across the country.
Whether you have spent years as an arts education leader or are just poised to take on that role, CAELI will give you new tools, perspectives, and support that will expand your leadership vision and effectiveness.
For more information, contact James Horton, National Guild director of learning and leadership development, at (212) 268-3337 ext. 12 or email@example.com.
IADMS is holding it's 28th Annual Conference in Helsinki on Oct 25-28.
IADMS's Annual Conference has a longstanding tradition of featuring a collection of individual research presentations that bring together constituents from all disciplines of dance medicine, science, and education to network and exchange information. Over 400 delegates are expected to attend in Helsinki consisting of scientists, researchers, educators, physicians, allied health professionals, and students. These delegates arrive ready to not only learn the latest advances in the field from a select group of accepted presenters and invited keynote speakers, but also to visit the exhibit hall to purchase and learn about products and services.
On the Boards (OtB) announces a call for artists to present solo choreographic work as part of a new festival in the 18/19 Season. Solo: A Festival of Dance (October 4-7, 2018) will explore the significance of this fundamental form and feature artists from around the country in a series of short live performances, video works, and discussions. Applications are due Monday, July 23, 2018, 11:59pm PST submitted via here.
This festival is curated by Rachel Cook, Artistic Director; Clare Hatlo, Associate Producer; and Charles Smith, Director of Program Management. Selection is based on the clarity of themes and concepts, the depth of the movement vocabulary, use of space and time, and the overall composition of the piece.
Intensive Dates: July 23 - August 4, 2018
Led by Thodos Dance Chicago's Founder & Artistic Director, Melissa Thodos, and TDC Alumni, the Summer Intensive provides dancers the opportunity to train in ballet and contemporary technique as well as CREATE A SOLO with the guidance of TDC. Dancers also study TDC repertoire and gain health and wellness techniques.
Advanced & Semi-Professional Dancers | Ages 18 - 25
Audition Required for acceptance to the intensive. To audition, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your video link and attach your resume (in PDF format). Audition video should contain 2-3 minutes of self-created choreography performed solo.back to top
Urban Bush Women presents the 2018 Summer Leadership Institute entitled, You, Me We: Understanding Internalized Racial Oppression and How it Manifests in Our Artistic Community.
UBW is engaging in a dynamic and groundbreaking partnership with Projecting All Voices at Arizona State University (ASU)!
Both UBW and Projecting All Voices are interested in discovering ways in which institutions can move beyond diversity initiatives and become organizations that lead in examining structural racism and its impact on our curriculums, programming, organizing and art-making practices. This move of SLI to Arizona will allow UBW the opportunity to strengthen their core values out west and for Projecting All Voices to contribute to the changing landscape of Arizona.
Read more about the 2018 SLI in Arizona here.back to top