Monday, April 02, 2012

Week 2 Announcements: April 2-6, 2012

Sneak peek of Dance Uptown photo shoot. Photo of Jenn Meckley by Nick Fancher.

Dante Brown and Esther Baker-Tarpaga. Photo by Nick Fancher.

Beautiful Struggle. April 13-15, 2012 at the King Arts Complex 
Announcing a new dance theater work directed by Esther Baker-Tarpaga. This work delves into the visibility and invisibility of race and privilege and how violence and love live on in the body’s memories. Drawing from the text of white anti racist Tim Wise and the embodied theories of the African diasporic movement circulations, Beautiful Struggle is a highly physical dance theater work that integrates live music, text, performance art. Created in collaboration with the performers: Dante Brown, Abby Zbikowski, Olivier Tarpaga, D. Sabela Grimes with live music and other compositions by Olivier Tarpaga, D. Sabela Grimes, and Michael Wall. More information here.

Velocity Shifting
. April 20-21, 2012 at Columbus Dance Theatre
As they prepare to graduate with BFA degrees in dance from The Ohio State University, Melanie Gallo, Haley Harrison, Alyssa LeRose, and Alexandra Runyon showcase their senior projects at CDT. These projects speak to the students' individual aesthetics while also reflecting their curiosity and growth as emerging artists. For more information, see the Facebook event page.

Attention OSU Dancers: Meghan Durham-Wall and the ARC Dancers invite you for a weekly jam session on Thursdays, from 1-2pm, in Drake 1036. All are welcome. For more information contact Meghan at durham-wall.1

Added this week to the Professional Resources Binder under Administrative Positions, Internships and Conferences.

Audio Visual / Development Internship, Anderson Ranch Arts Center
Education Director, Columbus Children's Theatre
Visual and Performing Arts Director, Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education
GAA Positions in Education and Marketing, Wexner Center for the Arts.
Program/Marketing Internship, National Guild for Community Arts Education.

American Dance Guild Performance Festival, September 6-9, 2012 in New York City. Review of submissions begins April 6, 2012.

Midwest Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association ConferenceOctober 12-14, 2012 in Columbus, Ohio. Call for 250 word abstracts for their newly formed Dance area.  Deadline: April 30, 2012.

NAEA National ConventionMarch 7-10, 2013 in Fort Worth, Texas. Review of proposals begins May 15, 2012.

Listed on the Professional Resources Binder under Funding.

Kathryn Sullivan Scholarship Fund, College of Arts and Sciences. Review of applications begins April 13, 2012.

Study Abroad Scholarships, Mershon Center for International Security Studies at The Ohio State University.

Listed on the Professional Resources Binder under Intensives and Festivals.

Bearnstow on Parker Pond. Week long dance intensives indoors and out. July 1- August 18, 2012. Register before May 1, 2012 for early registration discount!

American Dance Festival announces 79th season. June 14-July 28, 2012 in Durham, NC.

Just a reminder to see Ellie Escosa Carter
at the writing table if you need any help proofing, editing, or revising drafts of work for your classes. You can contact her at escosacarter.1

Dance and Drum in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
. July 14-August 5, 2012
Non-Refundable Deposit Due April 21, 2012: $300. Remaining Amount Due May 18, 2012: $2500
Orientation Meeting #1: May 4, 2012 2-3:45pm in Pomerene.
Orientation Meeting #2: May 18, 2012: 2-3:45pm in Pomerene.

Why should you study abroad in Burkina Faso?
This three-week program will allow students to work with teachers from different backgrounds in an exchange of styles, traditions and cultures. Students will train with established African contemporary choreographers and live musicians allowing an immersion into an intercultural collaboration with a context far removed from the American studio. Local excursions to regional safari parks, a Batik making workshop and other visits are also included during the program. Students can earn credit for independent studies.  All food, transportation, and lodging are covered.  Students will each have their own room and shower. There will be a security guard at the residence.  There is free Wi Fi at the residence.  The residence is located at an arts center where local and regional performing artists rehearse. Please contact Program Directors: Esther Baker-Tarpaga or Olivier Tarpaga at baker-tarpaga.1 or (646) 351-3035 with any further questions.

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