Featured photo: Open rehearsal of the Bebe Miller Company's production of Necessary Beauty.
SPECIAL EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES
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SCREENING #1 | October 8, 2008, 7 pm, Sullivant Theatre
Water Flowing Together | Gwendolen Cates, USA, 2007; 77m
A feature length documentary that chronicles the life of New York City Ballet principal dancer, Jock Soto, explores his connection to his Navajo Indian/Puerto Rican heritage and follows him through the last two years of his career up to his retirement on June 19, 2005.
Experiencing Music Through Eurhythmics
A New Music Course offered Winter Quarter
Instructor: Dr. Susan Chess
Course Number: Dance 694
Call Number: 21556-9 B
Credit Hours: 3 U G
Day and Time: Tuesdays 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Place: Studio 2 in Sullivant Hall
This course is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Not open to students who have had Music 757 Eurythmics.
Dalcroze Eurythmics is an approach to teaching music that was devised by Emile Jaques-Dalcroze. It uses the expression of musical concepts through physical movement, but employs other modes of musical experience as well. Three main elements in Eurhythmics are movement, solfège (which is a technique for singing music at sight), and improvisation. All of these experiences will be guided in a step-by-step incremental fashion so that the participant can continuously apply and gain knowledge while enjoying the process!
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Susan at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduates Research Prize for 2009
OSU Libraries announce their Undergraduates Research Prize for 2009. Students (and faculty) in any 300 level or higher class that has a research assignment are eligible to win $1,000.00. The winning project will be submitted to the OSU Knowledge Bank repository where it will have a permanent home and Web address. For more details and application forms go here.
TUPACO Dance to perform “Crystalline Continuance: Between Earth & Infinity” at the Columbus Dance Theatre October 10-12, 2008. Show Times: Fri-Sat. at 8pm and Sun. Matinee at 2:00pm. For reservations and pre-sale call 614-323-3851.
The deadline for proposals for the Quarterly Funding Initiative (QFI) for Autumn/Winter projects is Friday, Oct 18, 2008. Late proposals will not be accepted!
Students encouraged to apply now for study abroad scholarships. Three scholarships administered by the Office of International Affairs are now available and applications are being accepted. The Wolfe, Firebaugh and Endowed Fund scholarships have the potential to provide a number of students with funds to help pay for their study abroad programs. For details, visit the Office of International Affairs online.
The last day to add a dance class is Tuesday, October 7 by 5:00 pm. The census date for this quarter is Wednesday, October 8, 2008. Susan Petry will not sign any forms after Tuesday. Therefore, all students must be registered for all dance classes by 5:00 pm on Tuesday.
Instructors - please double-check your rosters on Wednesday. If someone is in your class, but not on your roster, you must ask him or her to stop attending. Students - make sure that your forms are signed and returned to your college offices before 5:00pm on Tuesday.
Also, don't forget:
1. If you are dancing in someone's piece, you need to register for performance credit (either 299.04-.06 or 690.04-.06).
2. If you are making a piece, YOU must register AND your dancers must register.
3. If you are a Senior and you're working on your Senior Project (which you all probably should be), then you need to be registered for 699 under your advisor (must have 4 credits total by the end of the year).
4. All Juniors and Seniors must be registered for Advising Colloquium 294.
If you have any questions please contact Misty Kerns.