Monday, October 11, 2010

Week 3 Announcements: October 11-15, 2010

Featured images: Norah Zuniga Shaw leads an improv class in Studio 3.

performances & special events
Sign up to usher
to receive a free ticket to see the MFA Concert: Up With Air. Choreography by Courtney Harris and Ale Jara. Thursday-Saturday, November 4-6, 2010 @7pm. Tell your friends to sign up on the Production board outside Studio 1 or email Maree at remalia.1@buckeyemail.osu.edu to receive a complimentary ticket for that evening’s performance. Please print/email full name, email address, and date you would like to usher.

Improv at the Farmers Market @ the Wexner Center Plaza
Thursdays in October (14, 21 & 28) - 4:15-5:15pm. Join us for improvisation around the farmers market between the Wexner Center and Sullivant Hall. We'll gather at 4:15 in front of Sullivant Hall to go over a quick plan of attack. Come to one Thursday or all! Email Rashana if you have questions - smith.6960@buckeyemail.osu.edu.

master classes & residences
Contact Improv (CI) Jam & Class
Join us for our 2nd Contact Improv (CI) jam & class on Friday, October 15 from 7-9pm. There is a $3-5 suggested donation at the door, Columbus Dance Theater, 592 E. Main St. Eric Nordstrom will facilitate the jam by starting off working with CI essentials. Building upon foundational concepts and ideas, dancers will be able to play and experiment with their newly embodied skill sets in an open jam.

The Moving Architects Master Classes: 10/22-10/24
Columbus Dance Theater
592 E. Main Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Friday, October 22, 2010
4:30-6pm: Pre-performance Company Class (Laban and Bartenieff Based)

Saturday October 23, 2010
9:30-10:30am: Conditioning (Pilates, Yoga, Core)
10:45am-12:15pm: Ballet (Intermediate/Advanced)

Sunday, October 24, 2010
9.30-11:00am: Improvisation
11:15-12:45: Modern Technique
For pricing info or questions contact: info@themovingarchitects.org

course planning & information
Bebe Miller will be setting Prey at Bringham Young University and will be out of the office from October 13-18. If you require her signature for any course enrollment forms, please be sure to visit her beforehand.

jobs, auditions & conferences

Many new jobs, conferences and other opportunities have been added to the OSUDance Professional Resources page this week. Check it out for the complete listing. Below are some highlights.

International Association of Blacks in Dance
(IABD)
23rd annual conference – Hosted by Lula Washington Dance Theatre. January 27 -30, 2011, Los, Angeles, CA. For more information contact Dr. Dixon @dixon.199@osu.edu

Erin Carlisle Norton, graduate student in the OSU dance department, is seeking an unpaid administrative intern for her Chicago-based dance company The Moving Architects. This position is ideal for those interested in arts administration or forming a non-profit arts organization. Internship can be independent study credit winter and spring quarters. For more information please contact: erin@themovingarchitects.org

The Wexner Center for the Arts is currently looking for graduate students who are interested in planning and teaching interdisciplinary workshops to kids ranging from grades 1 – 12 during summer 2011. Workers in all disciplines are invited to apply. Collaborations and teams are encouraged; however you will split your stipend. If you are interested in submitting an idea/proposal for a workshop, please send a brief cover letter describing your interests and a copy of your resume or CV to Jean Pitman at jpitman@wexarts.org by Thursday, November 4, 2010. Go to the OSUDance Professional Resources page for more info.

The University Center for the Advancement of Teaching presents Planning for an Academic Job Search. This series of workshops, a collaborative effort by UCAT and Career Connection, addresses many aspects of the academic job search process. You are welcome to attend all sessions or just the ones that fit your needs and schedule.

• Vitae and Cover Letters

Thursday, October 14 at 3:30-5pm in 150 Younkin Success Center
This workshop will address how to write vitae and cover letters when searching for jobs in academia. Importance will be placed on both their format and content while highlighting career tips useful when applying for positions with a teaching and/or research emphasis.

• Teaching and Research Statements

Thursday, October 21 at 3:30-5pm in 150 Younkin Success Center
This workshop will provide an overview of each type of statement, describe how they are used in the academic job search process, and provide guidance on how to write them. There will be opportunities in the session to start the process of writing these statements.

• The Interview

Thursday, October 28 at 3:30-5pm in 150 Younkin Success Center
This workshop will highlight what to do before, during, and after an interview for positions in academia. Emphasis will be on career strategies, interviewing techniques, and familiarity with academic interview expectations. Samples of questions and practice opportunities will be provided, as well as useful suggestions to enhance confidence skills.

To register for any or all of these events, please visit: ucat.osu.edu.

administrative notes
Departmental QFI’s are due Oct 22, at 5pm
applications are available outside Room 025 (Copy Room), Sullivant Hall

At 12:30pm on Friday, October 15 the department will hold the first Pre-Reg and Advising Colloquia of the 2010-11 year.

12:30-1:30pm: Pre-Reg
Students meet with advisors and other teaching faculty & staff to get handouts of the WI11 major and non-major schematics and to hear about the special offerings for the upcoming quarter. Enrollment appointments begin Monday 18 October.
• All Grads meet in the Conference Room with Marion
• All Seniors meet in Studio 5 with Covey
• All Sophomores and Juniors meet in Studio 4 with Hadley and Durham
• Freshmen will be advised in their Freshman Survey
• All transfers go to the session with the group you are currently taking classes with

1:30-2:30pm: Advising Colloquia for UGs
• All Seniors stay in Studio 5 with Covey
• All Juniors meet in Studio 6 with Durham
• All Sophomores stay in Studio 4 with Hadley
• All transfers go to the session with the group you intend to graduate with

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