Friday, October 23, 2009

Week 5 Announcements: October 26-November 1

Featured image: Professor Emeritus John Giffin and Professor Victoria Uris, in preparation for the Resident Artists performance on November 19-21, 2009.





Dance on Camera
October 28, 2009
OSUdance Alumni Dance for Camera works. Please see attached flyer for more details.

MFA 2009-2010 Dance Concert Season
Follow the third year grads' final MFA projects by reading their blog! Their season titled, Perspectives, begins November 5th! Visit their blog to see where they are in their process and what to expect at these performances, exhibitions and lectures.

Dance at The Wexner Center’s Super Sunday
Sunday, November 1
Check out Super Sunday and witness dancers relating to Luc Tuymans’s paintings through movement. Featured dancers include Erik Abbott-Main, Dante’ Brown, Mair Culbreth, Fiona Lundie, Eric Nordstrom, Rashana Smith and Abby Zbikowski. Performances are Sunday, November 1st at 2:30 and 4:30pm in the galleries. Admission is FREE! For more information about Super Sunday activities and events, click here.




The Upper Arlington Parks & Recreation Department is seeking a ballet instructor. Please see attached for more information.




Sololos Project

Abby Yager will be working Spring Quarter MWF beginning with technique from 8:45am then transitioning into Rep until 12:00pm. Those who are interested in this project should come and speak with her by the end of this week.

Studying Abroad
The attached document provides information about $25,000 scholarships for studying abroad in 2011-2012. Rotary International will be particularly interested in Arts and Humanities undergraduates, including those who want to pursue a master's degree through the Rotary World Peace Scholars program. Students majoring in a foreign language with a business emphasis may be particularly interested.
The 15th annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum will be held on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at RPAC! Mark your calendars now - more information about the Denman can be found here.

Undergrads! Great opportunity to fulfill your “Experiential Learning Requirement”!
 Daryl Flemming, the vocal music teacher at The Columbus Alternative High School is producing a “musical review” tentatively scheduled for May 14, 2010 in the early evening. The “musical review” will include vignettes of Broadway musicals. If you are interested in being the choreographer for this event, please do contact Mr. Flemming. Mr. Flemming is planning to conduct the first rehearsal meeting in mid-February; rehearsals would resume in late March and continue through May 13. The school would provide a $150 stipend to reimburse the Dance Major choreographer-volunteer for her/his expenses. Please contact Mr. Flemming either at telephone number 614-365-6006 (no voice mail) or at his e-mail address, dflemming9473@columbus.k12.oh.us.




Dominic Moore is seeking African-American dancers

Attached is a flier about an upcoming dance company in Akron, Ohio that he is artistically directing. This would be a good opportunity for dancers to rehearse, perform, and experience the makings of a company that is just beginning.




H1N1 Updates

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For the latest information on H1N1 please visit the Ohio Department of Health’s website. There is also a link to where people can pre-register to receive the H1N1 vaccine once it becomes available to the public.




Announcing the "Name That Ghost Light" contest for our newest acquisition on Sullivant's stage. Carrie Cox is compiling a list of potential names for a departmental vote later in the month. Suggestions, thus far, have been for Casper, Helen, Lumis, and Floyd. E-mail her (cox.193) your great ideas by October 26; we'll vote before Halloween!

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