Friday, January 17, 2014

Week 3 Announcements: January 17-23, 2014

Please join the department in welcoming MFA and PhD program applicants who are auditioning and interviewing this weekend! This week's blog features Special Events, Professional Opportunities and Funding.
From Bebe Miller's 's Dance Downtown work, Hendrix Redux. Photo by Catherine Proctor.

  SPECIAL EVENTS  

Learn Final Cut X with Mitchell Rose. The FCPX Workshop for this Friday has been postponed a week (because of grad auditions).  It will now be on Friday, January 24, 2014 from 5-7:30pm.  FCPX is completely different from FCP7; it's not just an upgrade, it's an entirely new paradigm that will be difficult to figure out on your own. If you know FCP7 and want to keep editing, come to the workshop. The signup is on Mitchell Rose’s office door. If you have FCPX on your own laptop, no need to sign up, just bring it. You can download a free 30-day trial of FCPX from the Apple App Store. If you're taking Dance-Film I this semester, there's no need to take the workshop, as it will be taught in class. FCP7 will remain on the computers for one more semester. Participants, before the workshop download a folder called "FCP7 > FCPX Workshop" from the teacher's hard drive in the Lab. See you there!

Ten Tiny Performances. Friday, January 24 and Saturday, January 25, 2014. 8pm on Friday and 7-9pm on Saturday, at the Garden Theater, Short North Stage, 1187 North High St. Audiences will see work by artists working in various mediums, including dance, theatre, and visual art. Pulling from Columbus' diverse art scenes, all performances will take place on a 4’ by 4’ stage, which over the course of the evening will be shared by Harmony Bench, Alison Crocetta, Evan Dawson, Jeff Fouch with Christeen Stridsberg, Ani Javian, Danielle Julian Norton, Bebe Miller, Paige Phillips, Preston Witt, and Abby Zbikowski.

2014 Nonprofit Opportunities Fair
. Thursday, January 30, 2014. 10am-3pm in the Ohio Union’s Performance Hall. Careers in the nonprofit or philanthropic sector are a great way for students to acquire transferable skills that would look great on a resume. Leadership skills, communication skills, organizational skills, team-building, and attention to detail are just a few of the skills that a student can acquire while working with nonprofit organizations. Additionally, nonprofit organizations provide value resume-building experiences for any student looking to work in the human service sector after graduation.

Winter Workshop with OSUdance alumni and SMAG Dance Collective Artistic Director, Michael Groomes. Saturday, January 25, 2014, 1-5:30pm, Dayton, Ohio. For more information visit smagdance.org.

Mobilizing Movement Lecture. Neoliberalism and the Collectivization of the Dancing Body in Post-Crisis Buenos Aires, with Dr. Victoria Fortuna. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance, Oberlin College. Monday, January 27, 2014; 12:30-2pm at the George Wells Knight House, 104 East 15th Avenue. This is a Performance/Politics event.


  COURSE PLANNING  


The Labanotation Teacher Certification Course will be offered this summer, June 2-12, 2014 at OSU. The course will emphasize varied approaches to integrating notation across the curriculum in addition to teaching Motif/Elementary Labanotation theory. Applications now due February 15.

Through the course, teachers will:
  • refine their teaching via practice classes and discussions;
  • develop a course in their area of expertise integrating Motif/Labanotation; and
  • achieve teaching certification at the motif/elementary level upon successful completion of the course.
Teachers may easily upgrade later to intermediate without re-taking the course.

See the DNB Extension website for more details or email Rachael Riggs Leyva (riggs-leyva.1)

  PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES  

Leadership Collaborative Facilitator and Intern Applications:  Preparations are underway for the Leadership Collaborative in 2014 and OSU is looking for some outstanding students to help make this year’s LC another terrific one! Applications are currently available for LC Student Facilitators and LC Summer Interns. The student facilitators must be at least rising third year students in fall 2014 and will attend the LC and work with staff facilitators to assist LC participants as they go through the program.  The summer interns must be rising second year students in fall 2014 and are paid student assistants who will work in the FYE office weekly throughout the summer to help plan and execute the logistics of the LC. Contact Ryan Provost (.17) with any questions.

Teaching Opportunity for Undergraduates:
Instructor, Oakley Full Gospel Baptist Church in Columbus, Ohio

Goldman Sachs Women’s Leadership Camp. April 4, 2014 in New York: Application deadline is March 9, 2014. Questions - email kara.rogers@gs.com

  GRANTS, AWARDS & FUNDING  

Undergraduate Funding Opportunities:

Department of Dance
Applications available January 21, 2014
2014-15 Undergraduate Tuition Scholarships. Application Deadline – February 1, 2014
Semester Funding Initiative. Application Deadline – February 1, 2014

College of Arts and Sciences Scholarships and Grants
Several opportunities available at the link, including the following Research and Creative Activity Grants.

Arts Undergraduate Research Scholarships. Application Deadline – March 28, 2014. Current juniors are encouraged to apply for funding of senior projects.

International Research Grants for Undergraduates in Arts and Sciences. Application Deadline – February 3, 2014. Appropriate for the Costa Rica event.

The Aida Cannarsa Snow Endowment Fund for Significant Undergraduate Achievement and Research in the Arts & Humanities Program. Application Deadline March 21, 2014.

  FEATURED E-PORTFOLIO  

Check out Jessica Cavender's site2013: An Intermedia Odyssey, featuring musings, inspirations, plans, and productions.

U.OSU.EDU is the university's new service providing easy to create personal web spaces. Use it to build a record of your academic career!

Have a blog or portfolio you'd like us to feature? Email the link to Owen David (.82). Share your progress and get feedback!

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