UNCG MFA/MA Graduate Programs
Planting Seeds for Healing is part of a pilot project of Artists at Work, a new program inspired by the Depression-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) and created in 2020, supporting artists and fostering healthy community in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Artists at Work (AAW) pairs artists with organizations, supporting artists in creating new work while addressing community needs. Learn more here.
To register, visit Jacob’s Pillow
92Y Harkness Dance Center
INTRODUCTION TO DANCE THERAPY – Online SUNDAY OCT. 25th 3:30pm to 6:30pm
In this introductory course to Dance Therapy we will explore the role of movement in non-verbal expression and communication, self-inquiry and integration, emotional experience, cultural and social behavior. We will introduce ways to observe movement through the therapeutic lens inherent in dance therapy. We will offer this course in an online format, which will include both movement and verbal reflections about the basic processes of dance therapy. This course is appropriate for potential DMT students, dance educators, and those from other disciplines.
Taught by CECELIA FONTANESI , PhD, R-DMT, CMA
FEE: $40.00 until Oct. 19th. $50 after
You will receive the Zoom invitation when you are registered.
For further information contact: <TEDance@live.com>
BIPOC ONLY CLASS VIA @freeskewl
Monday 10/19 at 1-2:15pm EDT: Kyle Marshall of Trisha Brown Dance Company and winner of a 2020 Dance Magazine Award and a 2018 Bessie Award teaches rhythm and flow. More details and the link to his 10/5 class open to all HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/1002472313554644
Fridays at 10:30am EDT (start date in October TBD): J. Bouey of The Dance Union Podcast and Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company will hold a weekly improvisation class, centered around dismantling white supremacy in the body. More info to come, stay tuned on Instagram and Facebook.
BIPOC only pop-up classes with Oluwadamilare (Dare) Ayorinde, Ogemdi Ude, Malcolm-x Betts, and others will also take place this fall! And freeskewl regular offerings continue as usual…