SPECIAL EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
GUEST TEACHER IN THE HOUSE
Stacy Spense will be teaching for Ming May 5-16
Here is his bio:
STACY MATTHEW SPENCE was born in Louisiana and grew up in Colorado. He graduated with a B.A. in Dance from Loretto Heights College in Denver and his M.F.A. from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Stacy has danced and collaborated with numerous NY choreographers including Polly Motley and filmmaker Molly Davies, Eun Me Ahn, The
Phyllis Lamhut Dance Company, and has performed at The Yard. Stacy has also shown his own work at SUNY Purchase Context Hall, Tisch School of the Arts under the guidance of Bessie Schönberg, and Movement Research at Judson Church. He joined Trisha Brown Dance Company in July 1997.
ANOTHER GUEST TEACHER (AND ALUM) IN THE HOUSE
Tommy Scrivens, former OSU dancer and currently dancing with David Parsons, will give a master class in studio 1 from 10:30-12 this Wednesday. From 12:15-1:15 he will talk with the department. A sign-up sheet for the class will go up early Monday morning in the regular spot.
TOMMY SCRIVENS (Dancer) is a graduate from Ohio State University with a BFA in dance performance. Tommy is a Florida native, where he trained at New Tampa Dance Theatre. While training, he had the opportunity to work with many world-renowned choreographers and dancers. Tommy has performed with Columbus Dance Theater contemporary ballet company, in the United Kingdom tour of Tap Fusion, as a guest artist with BalletMet, Columbus, Collide Jazz Company, Michigan Dance Collective and in many independent performances all over the United States. Tommy joined Parsons Dance in 2005.
TIFFANY MILLS SUMMER WORKSHOP
June 2-6; NYC
Workshop Registration Deadline: Monday, May 19th
Summer Workshop Tuition: $220
Registration information: email@example.com,
or call Megan at (503) 740-6682.
PS - Tiffany Mills is a graduate of OSU. Here is her company website.
THE KAMINA PROJECT FUNDRAISER
From Sarah Hixon: Stephanie Matthews, local dance photographer, is having a fund-raiser
on Thursday, May 15th from 6:30 - 8:30pm at the Kiaca Gallery in the
Short North. She is raising funds for a trip to Africa this June
where she will photograph the people of Kamina in the Democratic
Republic of Congo. She has always been a great supporter of the local
dance scene here in Columbus, so let's return that support by
Motus Humanus Advanced Seminar 2008
Research, Writing, and Publishing
July 10- 13, 2008
Millennium Harvest House Hotel
Presentations on (a) how to plan and conduct research and (b) how to identify publication outlets and prepare submissions, combined with (c) writing workshops and (d) individual tutorials. Participants are encouraged to bring writing samples, research and article ideas, and other works-in-progress.
Fees: The seminar fee is $195 for Motus Humanus members and $270 for non-members. Membership application forms can be downloaded from our website: www.motushumanus.org
WILD STAGES: KABARETT MFA
Thu May 1 - Sat May 17
Directed by John Giffin; score by Susan Chess
May 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 at 7:30 pm
May 4 at 3:00 pm
Bowen Theatre in the Drake Union
Ten second-year MFA (master's of fine arts) students in Theatre
are recreating the cabaret-style stage shows of turn-of-the-century
Germany and France.
$15.00 - General Public
$12.00 - OSU Faculty & Staff, Senior Citizens, and Alumni Club Members
$10.00 - Students
1849 Cannon Drive
Columbus, OH 43210-1266
Phone: (614) 292-2295
JUMPING OFF POINT: 2008 SENIOR DANCE CONCERT
Wed-Fri, May 21-23, 8pm; Sullivant Theatre
$10 general admission, $5 students and seniors
Check it here!
MAY 14 - OSU KNOWLTON SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE; 11:00 AM
MAY 16 - OSU URBAN ARTS SPACE; 12:00 PM
MAY 17 - OSU URBAN ARTS SPACE; 3:00 PM
MAY 21 - OSU KNOWLTON SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE; 6:00 PM
MAY 23 - OSU OVAL; 11:00 AM
MAY 26 - OSU RECREATION & PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CENTER; 11:00 AM
MAY 27 - OSU OVAL (RAINDATE); 11:00 AM
MAY 30 - OSU SULLIVANT LIBRARY ATRIUM; 10:30 AM
For updates, please check HTTP://DANCE.OSU.EDU
Sololos is one of the purest expressions of Trisha Brown’s love affair with choreographic structure. Created in 1976, it is a study of causality - cause and effect, as well as logical processes, properties, variables and facts in which dancers respond to instructions called to them from a dancer offstage. The piece begins in simple unison, quickly unravels into visual complexity, then re-ravels itself back to its beginning prompted by instructions given by the caller. Governed by strict adherence to a set of rules and requirements, it exists in endless permutation as a function of these improvised calls. The vocabulary is entirely fixed, yet the form is composed in the moment.
MYSTERIOUS INFORMAL SHOWING
Come and see an INFORMAL showing on MAY 12TH at 7:30 in Sullivant Theatre. There will be improvisation, choreographed pieces, works in progress, and live music! It will be very informal but a great show so come and enjoy yourself to a night of free art! There will be lots of baked goods and discussion of our work after the show!
THIOSSANE WEST AFRICAN DANCE INSTITUTE 7TH ANNUAL CONCERT
Saturday, May 24, 7:30pm
Vern Riffe Capitol Theatre
Tickets: $13 children, $16 students, $22 adults
for more info visit www.thiossane.org or call 614-252-7077
REMINDERS AND SHOUT OUTS
Chris Havner auditioned for the Rotterdam Dance Academy on April 26th and 27th. The auditions were held in Bern, Switzerland. He was accepted into their program for next year. Yeah, Chris!
NEW DANCE ON CAMERA CHANNEL
As of yesterday, http://www.dancemedia.com, a new video site launched by
Macfadden Publications, the publisher of Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher
Now, Pointe, Dance Spirit and other dance magazines, set up a dance on
camera channel. The site invites you to upload your videos. Check it out!
from the SVPP Collection