Investigate video, websites, blogs and wikis, SMART Notebook pages, and other tools for projection to expand your teaching tool kit. Explore the creative processes enabled by new technology and discover key ways to incorporate current technology into your classrooms to redefine and transform dance teaching and learning. No previous experience with technology is necessary. Offered in collaboration with the Hunter College Arnhold Graduate Dance Education Program.
SUN, APR 6 & 13, 2014, 1:30-6:30 PM, 2 SESSIONS, $185 UNTIL MAR 29, $200 AFTEREnroll Now
Ana Nery Fragoso, MFA, with Kyle Abraham, casebolt and smith, Nora Chipaumire, David Dorfman and Netta Yerushalmy
Use Harkness Dance Festival performers’ artistry as inspiration for your dance curriculum. Learn how to attend a dance concert with your students and teach them to respond mindfully while honoring their emotional and instinctive responses. See five performances and reflect on dance-making strategies unique to each artist, making connections to the NYCDOE Blueprint.
SAT, FEB 22, MAR 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1:30-5:30 PM + SAT, 8 PM PERFORMANCES,
6 SESSIONS, $475 UNTIL FEB 14, $500 AFTER
Feb 22: Introductory Workshop (1:30-5:30 pm) + Nora Chipaumire Performance (8 pm)
Mar 1: Nora Chipaumire Workshop (1:30-5:30 pm) + casebolt and smith Performance (8 pm)
Mar 8: casebolt and smith Workshop (1:30-5:30 pm) + Netta Yerushalmy Performance (8 pm)
Mar 15: Netta Yerushalmy Workshop (1:30-5:30 pm) + Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion Performance (8 pm)
Mar 22: Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion Workshop (1:30-5:30 pm) + David Dorfman Dance Performance (8 pm)
Mar 29: David Dorfman Workshop (1:30-5:30 pm)
HARKNESS DANCE FESTIVAL / STRIPPED/DRESSED / FEB 21-MAR 23, 2013 CURATED BY DOUG VARONE
WEEK 1: NORA CHIPAUMIRE
WEEK 2: CASEBOLT AND SMITH
WEEK 3: NETTA YERUSHALMY
WEEK 4: KYLE ABRAHAM/ABRAHAM.IN.MOTION
WEEK 5: DAVID DORFMAN DANCE
Leigh Heflin & guests from the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries
Apply kinesiological principles and functional anatomy to your dance practice. Build foundational knowledge on the biological, psychosocial and environmental factors that influence a dancer's current and future health. Explore the musculoskeletal system, common dance injuries, injury prevention, and conditioning for the dancer of all ages and levels of participation. Integrate your knowledge to produce efficient movement strategies for students.
MON-THU, JUN 16-19, 6-9 PM, SAT-SUN, JUN 21-22, 1:30-5:30 PM, $375 UNTIL JUN 9, $400 AFTER