Monday, November 21, 2011

Week 9 Announcements: November 21-25, 2011

Featured image: Erik Abbott-Main's piece "In the future, we’ll all be kings" from this weekend's Space/People/Dancing/Objects performance at NPAC.

administrative notes
Adjudication for UNPLUGGED.
Saturday, December 3, 2011 starting at 1pm in Pom 316 we will adjudicate for UNPLUGGED, this year’s Winter Concert. The performances will be March 2-3, 2012 at 8pm. All dancers and choreographers must be available for lighting/technical rehearsals the week of the performances. Details will be fleshed out and discussed in 750.
• In order to adjudicate, dances may not be longer than 8 minutes.
• All choreographers in the concert should register for 750 under Susan Petry for 2 credit hours. The class meets every Friday from 4:30-6 in 316. Hopefully all of the dancers involved will be available to attend a few of those sessions.
• We are hoping that the concert will be performed with 316 set up either in the round or as a thrust stage. These parameters will be discussed thoroughly in 750.
• The sign-up sheet will be posted in 316 at 8am on Tuesday, November 27, 2011 and come down at 10am on Thursday, December 1. Please fill in the requested information as completely as possible.
• All dancers and choreographers need to be in 316 at 1pm for clarification of the process.
• Susan Petry will ‘run’ the adjudication with Meghan, Karen, Melanye and Carrie watching.
Have a great time with it all... MKB

course planning & information
Education Policy & Leadership 894.32 Advanced Group Studies: Higher Education 1-3:48pm on Thursdays in 300 Younkin Success Center. During this class, you will gain an understanding of how to design a course based on a foundation of goals and objectives, and why this is important to both you and your students. Students may choose to enroll for 1, 2 or 3 credits. Additional assignments will be completed by those who select higher numbers of credits. Course is limited to 12 students and is being taught by Kathryn Plank and Teresa Johnson in UCAT.

Body Efficiency (Dance 693.03/893.03) This course is designed for undergraduate and graduate students who want an alternative approach to strength, conditioning, and personal training for dancers. In other words, a fun, alternative workout specifically designed for dancers! As part of the OSU program, most students have received a customized plan to meet specific challenges and needs, this class is designed to continue that progress, and offers additional tools for improved performance. Students can also expect to learn the difference between fast and slow twitch muscles and how they factor into dance, alignment, and conditioning. View flyer. Class size is limited. Sign up under Meghan Durham-Wall. 1 Credit. Winter Quarter 2012. MW 6:30-7:30pm. Contact: fobbs.4

research
Call for Abstracts & Posters. Hayes Research Forum. Open Call Deadline: December 16, 2011 Cash awards for best forum presentations and posters! The Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum showcases the innovative and exemplary research being conducted by Ohio State graduate students across the full range of graduate degree programs. Participants can take part in the conference as oral presenters or as poster presenters. Awards, totaling more than $15,000, will be given out during the competition. This year’s forum will be held on Friday, February 24, 2012, at the Ohio Union. Students from all disciplines to submit an abstract to give a presentation (oral or poster) at the 26th Annual Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum. The abstract submission deadline is Friday, December 16, 2011. Information about the Hayes Graduate Research Forum and the application process is available on the Council of Graduate Students website.

dance intensives
Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company (KCDC) Intensive Workshops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City coming this December 2011 and January 2012.
• San Francisco. December 12-16, 2011. ODC Dance Commons. Register by Phone
 415-863-9830. ODC dance website.
• Los Angeles. December 19-24, 2011. 
PB Studio. 
Los Angeles, CA. 
Register by Phone or E-mail
. 562 412 7429
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• New York City. January 2-6, 2012. Perry Dance Capezio Center. 
Register by phone or online
. 212-505-0886


Apply Now for the ADF Winter Intensive! December 30, 2011– January 9, 2012 at The Ailey Studios in New York City. Enjoy 9 days of classes, panels, performances, and more while experiencing all that the New York City dance scene has to offer. For more details including the full schedule visit the ADF Website. Keep your eyes peeled for more information on the ADF’s summer programs!

jobs, auditions & conferences
An Assistant Professor Position at The Florida State University and Summer jobs at Idyllwild Arts have been added to the Professional Resources page. Check back for updates.

Site coordinator for the Upper Arlington School-Age Child Care Program is seeking volunteers to lead art outreach program/share with a group of about 85 K-5 students on January 17, 2012. Theme for the day is Art Attack. Email Gigi Denyes for more info: gdenyes AT uaschools DOT org.

master classes & residences
The 2012 Dance Master Class summer program provides fantastic opportunities for enthusiastic dancers who wish to progress and improve their chosen disciplines. This is the fifth year of providing high quality tuition, advice and guidance to dancers from around the world who want to further their dance education. Elevate your technique, learn new skills and create new friendships in the world of Professional Dance! More information at the Dance Master Class website.


Free Workshop: L’art du Djembé
Monday & Wednesday November 28 & 30, 2011. 6:30-8:30pm in Drake 1036. A special two day intensive traditional Djembé drumming workshop with master drummer Olivier Tarpaga from Burkina Faso (West Africa). Founder and artistic director of internationally acclaimed Dafra Drum and Dafra Kura Band since 1995, Mr Tarpaga is also a choreographer and lecturer at the Department of Dance. FREE and OPEN to all OSU students with or without drumming experience! Please bring a Djembé drum or any drum. Limited Djembés and dun duns will be provided by instructor.

tech news
Servers to be decommissioned
Attention students who have created websites using the Arts servers The College of Arts and Sciences is planning to decommission the ARTS servers, home1, home2 and minuet. Current student websites that were on that server will be moved to a temporary server. Profile links on dance.osu.edu will be updated to point to those new sites. The long term plan is for a new service to be instated (likely university wide), using a content management system (CMS) that will be more accessible and user-friendly. Options are being discussed and the plan is for the new service to be up and running by autumn 2012. The sites you have already created will remain up until you graduate, but are inaccessible to updates. If you would prefer that your site be taken down completely, let me know and I will not include it in the migration. ASC Tech and ASC Communications will work out a migration plan and communication plan for this move, which I will convey to all relevant parties. Contact Melissa Bontempo (bontempo.9) if you have any questions.

renovation
Stay up-to-date with the latest information concerning the Sullivant Hall renovation. New post added last week!

fund
Columbus Dance Theatre Announces Second Annual Columbus Dances Fellowship in Partnership with the Greater Columbus Arts Council Choreographers will submit new, original dances of 7-15 minutes in length in any style. An open adjudication will be held on January 7, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. at Columbus Dance Theatre’s Fisher Theatre. Choreographers must reside in Franklin County and be at least 18 years of age to submit work for adjudication. The previous year’s recipients are not eligible. Interested applicants must call 614-849-0227 for an adjudication appointment by December 9, 2011. More information on the CDT website.

 Have an idea? We'll help it grow The OSU Urban Arts Space is excited to announce the 2012 round of Idea Lab, a student-run project incubator that helps transform OSU students' ideas into reality. By providing up to $2,000 in project support and guidance, Urban Arts Space is able to fuse innovative education and practical experience to grow students' concepts. Any Ohio State University student from any department is encouraged to submit a proposal. Applications can be found online and are due by Friday, January 6, 2012.

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