Sunday, March 23, 2008

WEEK ONE: MARCH 24-28

SPRING!... SPRING? WELCOME BACK, Y'ALL

SPECIAL EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES











NEW STUDIO OPENS - SALSA CHEZOTIC

208 S. Wall St. Columbus Oh 43212
Operated by Shezronne Zaccardi
www.chezotic.com

MAURICE HINES MASTER CLASSES
Tuesday, March 25, 3-4:30pm
Wednesday, March 26, 3-4:30pm & 5:30-7pm
CAPA rehearsal studios in Ohio Theatre (E. 55 State St.)
Click here for more info
More about Maurice

FIND JOBS HERE
The Dance USA jobs and audition site:
http://www.danceusa.org/our_members/auditions.htm

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

Like You Mean It
An improvisational trio directed by Noelle Chun
Between You, Me and the Four Walls
Choreographed by Yen-Fang Yu

Thursday, Friday, Saturday
March 27-29, 2008, 8:00 pm
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Open dress rehearsal (department only)
8:00pm
Due to limited seating, we would like to kindly remind you to make
your reservations for all performances as early as possible to ease
the process of admittance.
You can make a reservation by calling 614-440-8608.


COLUMBUS DANCES VII
An Evening of Contemporary Dance: Columbus Dance Theatre presents Columbus Movement Movement
March 28-30
Fisher Theatre at Columbus Dance Theatre
592 E. Main St.
$15 adults, $10 students and seniors
For reservations call 614-849-0227
check their website: www.dancecolumbus.com

from the SVPP Collection
A few kudos are due:

Hannah Kosstrin has received an international travel grant from the College of the Arts with matching funds from the Department to go to Paris in June for a symposium on Sokolow, her research topic.

Valarie Mockabee's DVD, Reflection: Anna Sokolow's Steps of Silence Labanotation and Performance Footage is now available through Insight Media. Valarie has also been awarded a Level 2 College Grant for support of her current reconstruction of Steps and the directing process with Lorry May. (and the students are currently in New York City performing at Hunter College as part of the Legacy conference)

Norah Zuniga Shaw has been awarded a BETHA (Battelle Endowment for Technology & Human Affairs) grant and a College of the Arts Level 2 Research grant; this is significant support for her Book/Catalog project associated with a larger creative endeavor currently in progress called Motion Bank, researching and developing Equivalence, a new interactive online learning environment for one of William Forsythe¹s exceptional choreographic works, One Flat Thing, reproduced (OFTR). Norah is Co-Creative Director for Motion Bank with Maria Palazzi (ACCAD).

Victoria Watts has a book under contract with Cambridge Scholars Publishing! She is editing a volume of essays under the title "The Politics of Cultural Programming in Public Spaces." This project springs from a conference she organized last Fall.

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