Thursday-Saturday, February 3-5, 2011; 8pm
Lots of new happenings in this sect of the guerrilla world, in addition to the dancing. Check out the latest blog post to get a quick dose of the happenings: online community structure, mini films of guerrilla-ing, connection with humans, and anything else you could ever dream of. Meet outside Studio 1 on Friday, January 21; 4:30- 5:30pm, to join in.
Join the Foreign Language Center and Phi Sigma Iota Foreign Language Honors Society as they host a new monthly international music event at OSU! Warm up January by celebrating Spanish music...
There will be food, fun, and plenty of music and dancing!
Thursday, January 27, 2011; 3-5pm, Crane Café in Hagerty Hall
Xclaim Dance Company presents an encore performance of Red Light Red Letter – Dances of Redemption -- January 21-23 at the Columbus Dance Theatre. The performance is a collection of vibrant eclectic work that draws attention to human trafficking. Choreography by Artistic Director Mariah Layne French and company members Stephanie Hall, Kelsey Schafer, and Deena Schmidt reflects the journey of the human spirit from bondage and limitation to courage and triumph. Choreography includes Jazz-fusion style movement drawing inspiration from contemporary, African, Spanish, hip-hop, and jazz-ballet roots. Adults $15, Students and Seniors $10. January 21 & 22; 8pm. January 23; 3pm
New jobs have been added to the OSUdance professional resources page, including positions at Austin Peay University, Reif Arts Council and The Ohio State University: Lima. Check back often for additions.
Are you considering plans this summer? Keep up-to-date with information on when and where to dance on the OSUDance website's seasonal dance intensives and festivals page. Several new international listings were added just last week. You can also find this link under resources > current student > travel, research and seasonal dance opportunities and in the sidebar for this blog.
OSU Students, the Best of 2010
3rd Year Dance MFA, Ale Jara, was selected as one of Paraguay’s top 20 Outstanding Women. (Spanish Article)
Amanda Byars’ duet, “If I were a Weathervane and You were a Flower,” was selected by Columbus Alive as one of the top dance events of 2010, along with last year’s Dance Downtown: Remix Culture.
Also named as one of the best by Columbus Alive was Double/Take: "Although only the two dancer/choreographers, Meghan Durham and Karl Rogers, knew what the other three choreographers (Susan Hadley, Bebe Miller, and Lisa Race) were up to, "Double/Take" had unexpected coherence and a fluid arc."