Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Terainer Brown is the "top story" in the Tuesday, January 20th edition of The South End. The story not only speaks of her experiences in the dance department and the McNair Scholars' Program, but also her work in the community. Take a look at the article here.
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Collage -- 2009
Saturday, January 24 8 PM
Sunday, January 25 3 PM
Studio A, Ford community and performing arts Center
Michigan's leading contemporary dance company presents Collage, 2009. This annual performance, voted most popular by dance enthusiasts statewide, will highlight the work of numerous area artists including Detroit Dance Collective artistic director, Barbara Selinger, and company members, Corinne Imberski and Anastasia McGlothlin, as well as on Anh Nguyen of HNM Dance (Canada), and Kevin Iega Jaff of Deeply Rooted Dance Theatre (Chicago). also featured will be a performance by Marygrove College Dance Company and a sneak peek into DDC's 29th season signature concert, The Power of Green.
For more information, visit the DDC website or call 810-444-4553.
Manda's Rhythm & Dance is seeking qualified dance teachers for the Clinton Township in Macomb Township dance program. Classes are during evening hours from February to June.
For more information, please e-mail Manda McCreary at email@example.com or call 586-791-3343.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
The Grand Rapids Ballet Company will present Contemporary Masters, anchored by George Balanchine's Prodigal Son.
You are invited to a sneak peek of this performance during the dress rehearsal on Thursday, January 29, at 7 PM at the Peter Martin Wege Theatre in downtown Grand Rapids, for only $10.
300 seats available in the theatre, first come, first served.
Contact: Misty Hendricks
616.454.4771 ext. 10
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Dance Process -- College Edition
This five-week intensive in Traverse City, Michigan, culminates with a performance at the city Opera House in downtown Traverse City. Participants will be instructed in classes ranging from ballet to marketing to choreography.
Fee: $800 (housing is included, July 5 to August 8)
Application deadline: March 6
Hanley International Academy, a pre-K-8 charter school located in Hamtramck, is seeking a dance instructor for the after-school enrichment program. Grades K-2 meet on Wednesdays, grades 4-8 on Mondays. The time for each is 3:30 to 5 PM.
Salary is $20 per hour and the program runs for 16 weeks, with a performance on fine arts night May 21, 2009.
Dominic J. Sarvello, Program Director
313-872-9080 extension 325