An evening of new choreography and videodance by Teoma Naccarato.
Friday, May 14 at 8pm in Sullivant Hall Theatre. Free admission!
The Women’s Project at Columbus Dance Theatre. Friday, May 14 at 8pm and Saturday, May 15 at 3pm and 8pm. Features all women choreographers, including Susan Hadley and Susan Van Pelt Petry and alum Kristina Isabelle. Also featuring Todd Van Slambrouck, MFA candidate at OSU and company member of CDT. Tickets can be purchased via phone at (614) 849-0227 or on-line.
Dance Teachers Needed
CDance Company for the Arts (located at 6124 Busch Blvd Suite C, Columbus, Ohio 43229) has two great projects to offer OSU dance students. If interested in either of these opportunities, please email Carmen Alston at email@example.com. The first project is/can be year round/quarterly. This would afford a student the opportunity to teach and assist in teaching different styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz and tap. The class sessions are held in 10 to 11 week sessions. At times the sessions can be longer, but adjustments will be made for OSU students. The first session takes place from June 7-August 21. This is a summer dance camp, with a lot of inexperienced dancers ranging in ages 6-14 years old. Hours would be 9am until 2pm. Other Sessions include: July 6-August 21 (evenings only) and September 7-TBD. OSU interns will receive both college credit and a stipend of $50 a week.
The second project is a major production called “The Adventures of Pan” – a hip-hop dance musical consisting of 250 to 300 students and about 10 to 13 scenes. Styles of dance include ballet, hip-hop, pop locking and Caribbean. Auditions for this production will be July 10-11, 2010. The production will be the last weekend in February 2011. The responsibility of the teacher assistants (2 or 3) would be to learn the choreography from the visiting artist and keep it flowing until the artist returns (once a month). Rehearsals are held on Fridays, Saturdays and some Sundays. Production week requires more days. Stipend/pay for the production will be $25 a day plus college credit.
The Dance Teacher Summit is committed to promoting emerging choreographers who further the art of dance. The Capezio A.C.E. Award Competition is a great opportunity for choreographers to expose their work to one of the most influential audiences in dance. August 2-4 in New York City. For more information, click here.
Music Concepts taught in the context of Movement Experiences! No music or movement experience necessary! Ideal course for all music, arts, theater, education, wellness majors and educators in all fields! Summer Quarter/First Terms June 21–July 9, daily from 3-4:30pm.
OSU Department of Dance. Instructor: Dr. Susan Chess. Course Number: Dance 694 (will later be Dance 685). Call Number: 20819. Place: Studio 2 in Sullivant Hall. Credit Hours: 3
Check out a graduate course listing of Summer and Autumn quarter courses offered by the John Glenn School of Public Affairs at this link.
Featured image: Eric Abbott-Main and Daniel Holt (L-R) perform in Michael Kelly Bruce's piece from last weekend's OSU Dance Downtown.
Congrats to all involved in our Dance Downtown run this past weekend! Check out reviews of the event in the Columbus Dispatch and the Columbus Alive.
Lisa Ferrugia Atkinson and Veronica Stanich presented their work in the Hayes Graduate Research Forum this Saturday, May 1. Veronica received first place in the Arts for her presentation Reconsidering the Judson Influence. Thanks to all who served as judges too. This is wonderful visibility.
Susan Van Pelt Petry, Vickie Derenzo, and Kelly Onder at the Arts and Sciences Spring Recognition Reception honoring outstanding achievements of faculty and students.
Congratulations to Kelly Onder and Vickie Derenzo in their recognition at an Arts and Sciences Reception honoring undergraduate research and academic excellence on last Monday afternoon. Their accomplishments during their four years here were recognized by Dean Roberts and Dean Steinmetz. Then on Tuesday many of our BFA seniors were selected to present their senior and/or distinction projects at the Arts and Humanities Undergraduate Research Colloquium. Posters, presentations, discussions were well prepared and poised.
Featured image: Bebe Miller's How to Remember, from last weekend's OSU Dance Downtown performance.
Mid-Ohio Foodbank is sponsoring a canned food and donations drive for Operation Feed from now until May 21. Boxes were dropped off in our office today and are in the kitchen and the student lounge. Mid-Ohio Foodbank collects donations of money and essential foods such as: pasta meals in a can, canned fruit, tuna, canned vegetables, canned meat, soup, and peanut butter. Then, the Mid-Ohio Foodbank gives them to Operation Feed, and one hundred percent of donations go to feed hungry people right here in central and eastern Ohio. Read more here. We also have donation receipts at the front desk if you would like one.
Summer Dance & Theatre Workshops
The School of Dancing Wheels offers fun and intensive summer workshops in dance and theatre geared for children and adults of all abilities and skill levels. Partial tuition scholarships are available based upon need. Options include an Adult Summer Dance Workshop (week-long intensive dance program for dancers and dance enthusiasts 16 years and older); Youth Summer Dance Workshop (week-long and geared for children with and without disabilities 7-15 years old; and Theatre Arts Camp (two-week camp for student dancers, actors, or those ages 7-14 who just want to have fun! For more info click here.
VSA Curriculum Resources
VSA offers a large selection of publications, guides, and other resources dealing with a wide variety of subject matter in arts, education, and disabilities. Three curricula developed by teaching artists with disabilities integrating math, science and art for middle schoolers are available online and in print. Revisit The Artistry of Water.
Featured image: Esther Baker Tarpaga's Down the Road, from last weekend's OSU Dance Downtown performance.