This Week: Rotation Schedule, Dance Concert Tickets, Liz Lerman Book Signing, Summer Workshop, Professional Opportunities, and Alumni Kudos.
DANCE CONCERT TICKETS
Your tickets for the BFA dance concert, Pam Tanowitz and DancePlus Spring will be available for pickup on MONDAY, APRIL 6. As stated, if you did not choose a ticket for a specific date/time, a date and time was chosen for you. Please read all information below carefully.
- Pick up ticket in the dance office between 9am – 5pm.
- PICK UP YOUR TICKET SOON. The first REQUIRED concert begins WED.
- A list of ticket selections (either yours or the one made for you) was provided to the dance office, and they kindly organized all of the tickets.
- If you did not choose a show date and time in the Sakai site, I assigned it to you. DO NOT TELL YOUR TALE OF WOE AND YOUR NEED FOR A DIFFERENT DATE/TIME TO THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE IN THE DANCE OFFICE. They cannot exchange your ticket.
- If you need to change your ticket, see the rules below. Mason Gross box office policies prevail.
ATTENTION STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF
The Dance Department will be hosting award-winning choreographer Liz Lerman on April 15 for a guest lecture and book signing.
Liz Lerman has been the recipient of numerous honors, including a 2002 MacArthur “Genius Grant” Fellowship, a 2011 United States Artists Ford Fellowship in Dance, and the 2014 Dance/USA Honor Award. Her work has been commissioned by Harvard Law School, the Lincoln Center, American Dance Festival, and the Kennedy Center among many others. Liz is the author of three books: Hiking the Horizontal: A Field Guide for Choreographers(2011), Critical Response Process (2003) and Teaching Dance to Senior Adults (1984).
12:15-2:15pm Lecture plus Q & A – Studio 110, Nicholas Music Center
2:15-3:30pm Book signing and reception
Copies of Liz’s books available for sale during the reception.
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company Summer Workshop
For the 2015 Summer Workshop, students will explore the choreography and creative procedures in Bill T. Jones’ celebrated work Story/Time inspired by John Cage’sIndeterminacy. Each day we will delve into rigorous training in contemporary technique and partnering, as well as explore material both learned and generated through the creative methodologies and structures of the work. The week will culminate in a showing of our own version of Story/Time. The workshop will be led by members of the company.
Classes are held in the New York Live Arts studios.
Click here to fill out the application online. Registration is only $600 before April 6th! Sign up Today.
Visit their website for more information.
The Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation, which I founded in 1980, is continuing to operate and flourish even in these difficult times. The Isadora Duncan Foundation is pleased to offer apprenticeship openings and performance opportunities to gifted dancers.
“We are fully aware that young modern dancers are familiar with Isadora Duncan historically, yet many are less familiar with her actual technique and vocabulary upon which the dances are built. For this reason, our auditions are designed in two parts. Firstly, we select dancers with a passion and affinity for the style and spend some months training them in an apprenticeship capacity. They often perform as guest dancers with the Company for some educational outreach programs. Secondly, we select dancers into the Company in a junior membership capacity for further training and experience, leading to full Company membership.”
Auditions are by appointment only and can be scheduled by contacting Lori Belilove’s office at (212) 691-5040; firstname.lastname@example.org. In their audition process, they ask dancers to fill out an application expressing their interest in their Company. They also encourage dancers to take a class with the company to get a taste of the work and get to know them.
Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation is celebrating Isadora’s 138th Birthday in New York City on Saturday, May 2, 8:00 p.m. with a Company performance at our Chelsea studio.
Please visit their website for more information.
View Audition Notice Flyer for more information: 2015 Audition Notice – Flyer
I am pleased to announce that BFA Dance alum Nick Sciscione (2011) is the featured dancer in Honey Baby, a video collaboration between visual artist Janine Antoni, the recipient of MacArthur and Guggenheim Fellowships and choreographer Stephen Petronio. Honey Baby is presented as part of Antoni’s current exhibition titled From the Vow Made which can be experienced at the Luhring Augustine Gallery in Chelsea, New York City from March 21 through April 25, 2015.
Janine Antoni and Stephen Petronio
Honey Baby, 2013
Edition of 10 + 4 AP
Performer: Nick Sciscione
Videographer: Kirsten Johnson
Composer: Tom Laurie
Editor: Amanda Laws