Monday, March 05, 2007

Weekly Announcements: WEEK 10 | Mar 5-11

Notable News
Congratulations to all those involved in Happy Hour this weekend! A big thank you goes out to the production crew, Jenny, Adriana, Carrie, Dave, and our advisors from Jeff, Sarah and Jaclyn!

WhoDunIt?

Film noir meets pink tulle in Susan Hadley's new ballet for BalletMet, set to an original score by Bradley Sowash. The show opens this week! WhoDunIt? runs from March 8-18 at Capitol Theatre. Visit www.balletmet.org for showtimes. Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling CAPA at (614)229-4848. Student tickets are only $10! Don't miss it! There is a pre-performance talk with Susan and Bradley on March 8 at 7pm and March 16 at 7:30pm.

Guest artist
Liz Waterhouse of the Forsythe Company will be here on Tuesday, March 6 as a guest speaker in Karen Eliot's history class at 4:30. Unfortunately she won't be able to teach a master class but this is a great opportunity to hear her speak about
life with the Forsythe Company, life after grad school, life.....! All are welcome to attend. The class meets in the lower floor of the Music and Dance library in Room 66.

Dancing Opportunities Over Spring Break
Come to CM2's class at Columbus Dance Theatre, 592 East Main St. Class is on Saturdays from 11-12:30 pm and costs only $10. OSU's Robin Anderson will be teaching Sat, March 10th, 24th and 31st and will share information she learned at Vienna's ImpulsTanz dance festival this past summer. Or try Pilates and Yoga at Alpha State Studio. Visit www.alphastatelife.com for a class schedule.

Departmental Informance
If you or your students would like to be in the dance major informance, contact Rachael Fullenkamp at rachael.dance@gmail.com by THIS TUESDAY no later then 10pm.

Spring Course Offerings
There have been a couple of changes with Modern Technique for Spring Quarter. On MWF at 10:30, the three technique offerings will be: Ming-Lung Yang - Modern,
Bebe Miller - Modern, and Teena Custer - Hip Hop. Please note that Abby Yager will not be teaching modern at 10:30. Yoga at 8:45 will be taught by Ashley Thorndike. And also please note that Early Ballet History, taught by Angelika Gerbes on MW 4:30-6:30, is offered every other year only - so catch it this spring.

Want to learn Irish Dance?
Learn at OSU during the Spring Quarter 2007 on Saturdays 11-1 with instructor Erin Tisdale. Enroll under course number 601.08, call number 20949-7 for 2 credits. Also check out the class trailer on YouTube by searching: "Irish Dance Class at OSU!" Questions? Contact tisdale.28@osu.edu .

LabanWriter
David Ralley and Lucy Venable have just put LabanWriter 4.6 up on the OSU Department of Dance website. Go to http://www.dance.osu.edu/labanwriter/ where you can download for either OS9 or OSX.
Heads Up!
Version 4.6 will run on OS9, but this is the last version that will do so. Future versions will only run under OSX. Instructions are there for downloading to OS9. Follow them carefully regarding the fonts. When you download now to OSX the fonts find their place automatically. No muss, no fuss! Your Feedback Matters!
David and Lucy would like to remind you again to let them know immediately when you have problems or when you have a request or new idea. Sometimes the answer is already there, and they just need to explain something to you. Sometimes it is something they can fix quickly and make it available for everyone to download so just send a message to labanwriter@osu.edu while you're there at your computer. They would like to hear from you.

An Opportunity to Give Back
Camp Sunrise, a non-profit organization that sponsors a one-week summer camp for kids impacted by HIV and AIDS, is accepting applications from interested volunteer camp counselors for its 2007 camp. The camp will be held August 12-18th, and staff will be required to participate in a pre-camp training on Friday, August 10 and Saturday, August 11. The camp, as well as the staff training, will be held at Camp Kern in Oregonia, Ohio, just north of Cincinnati.

We are in search of camp counselors and volunteers for our Expressive Arts program. All volunteers must be 21 years of age at the time of camp. We are specifically looking for someone to participate in the Expressive Arts program (which is comprised of talent show preparation, campfire activities, music, writing, and other theatre components). We are also in search of camp counselors for the week of camp. These individuals work in groups of three or four to oversee a cabin of 8-10 youth, assisting them with traditional camp activities like horseback riding, archery, canoeing, drama and arts & crafts. The youth attending Camp Sunrise's summer camp are between the ages of 6-17 and are impacted by HIV and AIDS, meaning that they themselves are HIV positive or are living with or grieving the loss of a loved one to the disease.
Lodging and food are provided for the entire week for volunteer camp counselors, and new counselors will be working under the guidance of veteran counselors and a highly skilled camp director. All volunteers are responsible for their own transportation to and from camp. Volunteers must be able to commit to the staff training and the entire week of camp. Volunteers must fill out an application, complete an interview, and undergo an FBI and BCII fingerprinting screening at the time of the interview.

More information and camp counselor applications are available on the website at www.sunrisekids.org. Interested volunteers may also contact the Program Manager, Katie McKee at (216) 432-9544 or kmckee@atfgc.org. Deadline for applications is July 1, 2007; however, Camp Sunrise is currently interviewing for these positions. Apply as soon as possible!

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