|Featured image: Rehearsal of Bebe Miller's Our Town, from last week's production of Dance Uptown: DIRT.|
Departmental Informance is this Friday, June 1, 2012 at 10:30am in Pomerene Hall 316. Come see, show and discuss the work developed this quarter.
OVER IT: an informal showing of works in progress. Friday, June 1, 2012 at 7pm in Pomerene 316. We invite you to come experience three new works-in-progress by choreographers Abigail Zbikowski, Michael J. Morris with Zachariah Baird, and David Thill with Anna House. Free and open to the public. Visit the Facebook event page.
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Autumn 2012 Courses at ACCAD announced. Courses in Animation, Interactive Arts Media, Game Design, Lighting, Modeling and more. See the courses page on the ACCAD website.
Summer Dance classes at OSU! Add some movement to your summer. See below for opportunities.
Hip Hop I
DANCE 1151 • 2CR. MW 3-4:40pm
Hip Hop II
DANCE 2152 • 2CR. TTh 3-4:40pm.
Instructor: Jennifer Meckley. DRAKE 1036. Non-major intro and intermediate studio practice of hip hop dance; includes survey of history, theory, and literature.
DANCE 1111 • 2CR. MW 12:45-2:20pm. Instructor: Paige Phillips. DRAKE 1036. This class is designed to expose the absolute beginner to ballet as well as give those with a little more experience an opportunity to hone their skills. As we practice ballet technique we will also build strength, flexibility, focus, expression, and musicality (the class features live piano accompaniment).
DANCE 1101 • 2CR. TTh 12:45-2:20pm. Instructor: Paige Phillips. DRAKE 1036. This beginning level contemporary dance course is intended to cultivate bodily awareness through an exploration of the range of movement in relation to time, space, and effort. Taking inspiration from the ideologies of early modern dancers, this course introduces students to physical possibilities that exceed habitual ways of moving and understanding the body.
Writing About Dance
DANCE 2367 • 3CR. MWF 12:45pm-2:45pm. Instructor: Michael Morris. Music/Dance Library. Provides a rigorous opportunity to view, discuss, read, think and write about contemporary dance and its history through the study and practice of criticism.
Western Concert Dance: Renaissance to Present
DANCE 2401 • 3CR. MWF 10:20am-12:20pm. Instructor: Veronica Stanich. Music/Dance Library. From the European origins of classical ballet, to the influence of the Africanist aesthetic, to boundary-breaking experimentations of the twentieth century, this course investigates chronologically the aesthetic and cultural themes embedded in the history of concert dance in the United States.
This course satisfies a Visual and Performing Arts GE requirement. Viewing, discussing, and writing about dance sharpen our abilities to interpret the ambiguous, articulate the complicated, and consider multiple perspectives—useful skills regardless of your major!
This Summer: Adult Jazz Classes, lead by Shane Carpenter, are happening at Infusion Dance. 1-hour, consisting of warm-up, progressions, and int/adv contemporary or lyrical combination each session. Cost is free for first class and $10/each or $30/month afterwards. 8 – 9pm every Tuesday this summer. For more information, contact Shane at 614.220.8780
Added recently to the Professional Resources Binder under respective headings
Education Assistant (Part Time), OSU Urban Arts Space in Columbus, Ohio
Higher Ed Positions
Visiting Assistant Professor, SUNY Geneseo
Auditions and Competitions
MamLuft&Co. Dance, June 4-8 2012 (by appointment) in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Audition, STREAM (Site Specific Dance Project). Wednesday, May 30, 2012. 12:30-2pm in Pomerene Hall Gym (316). 1760 Neil Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43210. STREAM is an original, site-specific outdoor contemporary dance project that will be presented by Dublin Arts Council and OhioDance in collaboration with The Ohio State University Department of Dance. This project will involve dance students from The University of Akron Dance Program and OSU. See file attached to this post for details. Sign up here.
Added recently to the Professional Resources Binder under Intensives.
The University of Michigan is once again host for the Paul Taylor Summer Intensive. This year, Patrick Corbin and Maureen Mansfield Kaddar, of the Taylor Company, will serve as program directors. Students who attend this two-week program receive daily classes in Somatics, Ballet, Taylor Technique, Taylor Repertory, and a Lecture Class. They may also participate in a public showing of rep at the end of the program. Seven spaces are left for this year's program. OSUDance students will receive a discounted rate of $900 if you apply by June 5. For more information or to register, contact Christian Matjias at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alexander Technique. July 26-29, 2012 in Spokane, Washington
New posts on the Sullivant Hall Renovation Blog, including Key Notes Spring 2012: An Arts District for Ohio State and new renovation photos.
|Featured image: Rehearsal of Esther Baker-Tarpaga's Oh Darling, The Dust never settles, from last week's production of Dance Uptown: DIRT.|
The kudos have been rolling in for this past weekend's Dance Uptown performance. Congrats to all involved! See coverage of the event in ThisWeek, Columbus Dispatch, Columbus Alive and The Lantern.
|Kelly Klein, Paige Phillips and Joyelle Fobbs (L-R) at the Graduate School Awards Reception.|
Photo courtesy Melanye White Dixon.