Featured image: Ale Jara's Passenger, part of last weekend's "Up With Air" MFA Thesis Concert.
Guerrilla Dance this week
How it works: Meet outside Studio 1 and we'll go out and dance. Or contact Daniel Holt if you can't make it right at the beginning. Check out our Facebook, Twitter or blog to keep up with the most up-to-date dance schedule and everything Guerrilla. Contact: Daniel Holt at 517-281-8414, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, this is open to anyone who wants to come, or do it by yourself. Anyone can.
Rachael Riggs Leyva will be presenting her research at the Graduate Literacy Studies Seminar on Friday, November 12, 2010; 11:30am. (See flyer above.)
Tonight! MFA Lec/Dem. Lisa Ferrugia-Atkinson presents her research and choreography in Studio 1. November 8, 2010; 5pm.
Sabela Grimes, Hip Hop artist from LA, will be Guest Artist in the department for all of Winter Quarter. More information on his background and interests will be coming out soon.
During his residency he will be choreographing for Dance Uptown and teaching 2 sections of Hip Hop; one is 611.06 (4140) during the 10:30 major technique time and the other is 201.06 (26617) Advanced Hip Hop on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6pm.
In addition to the 13 dancers chosen as cast in his Uptown piece, there is room for 12 majors in 611.06. A sign-up sheet will go up Tuesday morning at 9am and come down Friday at 10:30. Priority will be given to those graduating the soonest.
The 201.06 MW at 4:30 has been added so more majors will have the opportunity to work with Sabela. In order to register for this class, you will need to bring a completed permission to enroll form to MKB. If you have questions, see MKB.
The OSU Multicultural Center Office of Student Life has posted a new LGBT newsletter, available here.
Save the date! The 16th annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum will be held on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 at the RPAC! Mark your calendars now - more information about the Denman can be found at denman.osu.edu.
Several jobs have been added to the OSUDance Professional resources page, including positions at Case Western Reserve University, Ball State University, The University of Georgia, The University of Richmond, Seton Hill University and University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Jenai Cutcher’s article, “Tapping Into College”, was featured in this month’s DanceTeacher Magazine.
In this month’s Lantern, Abby Zbikowski, along with her hip-hop class, was highlighted in “Sex, Drugs and hip-hop dance lure students to class.”
Picture credit: Austin Owens / The Lantern