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August, 2020

Saturday
1
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Saturday
1
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
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Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Saturday
1
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Saturday
1
various: Please see registration website for more information.
 
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SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 TAYLOR SUMMER INTENSIVES

Dallas, TX: June 15 – June 26
Los Angeles, CA: June 15 – June 27
Baltimore, MD: July 12 – July 25
New York, NY: July 13 – August 7

The Taylor Tradition
Come join one of our amazing Summer Dance Intensives!
Whether investigating everyday movement with breathtaking beauty or reminding us that we are not as far removed from our prehistoric ancestors as we like to think, Paul Taylor has riveted audiences with matchless inventiveness and astonishing poignancy for nearly 60 years. He continues to be as prolific as ever, having recently completed his 146th work. Time hails him as “the reigning master of modern dance” while Vanity Fair calls him “the greatest choreographer in the world,” and the dance world regards him as a living legend.

Having created the masterful 3 Epitaphs in 1956, he captivated dance goers in 1962 with his virile grace in the landmark Aureole. After retiring as a performer in 1975 he devoted himself fully to choreography, and classics poured forth: Esplanade… Cloven Kingdom… Airs… Arden Court… Lost, Found and Lost… Last Look… Roses… Musical Offering… Company B… Piazzolla Caldera… Promethean Fire… Beloved Renegade… and dozens more.

The Taylor Intensives and You
For nearly three decades, The Taylor School has been a premier training ground for modern dance technique and the best place on earth to study Taylor style and repertoire. The Taylor Intensives have achieved distinction by virtue of outstanding faculty members – distinguished Taylor dancers and alumni – and the exceptional personal attention given to each student. With Taylor dances now in the repertoire of many renowned companies around the world in addition to those of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Taylor 2, it is vital for dancers seeking a place in today’s dance world to know Taylor style and repertoire. The Intensives provide that opportunity – come learn from the masters!
Sunday
2
More Info
Less Info
This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Sunday
2
Colorado State University
 
Sunday
2
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Sunday
2
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
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Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Sunday
2
various: Please see registration website for more information.
 
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SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 TAYLOR SUMMER INTENSIVES

Dallas, TX: June 15 – June 26
Los Angeles, CA: June 15 – June 27
Baltimore, MD: July 12 – July 25
New York, NY: July 13 – August 7

The Taylor Tradition
Come join one of our amazing Summer Dance Intensives!
Whether investigating everyday movement with breathtaking beauty or reminding us that we are not as far removed from our prehistoric ancestors as we like to think, Paul Taylor has riveted audiences with matchless inventiveness and astonishing poignancy for nearly 60 years. He continues to be as prolific as ever, having recently completed his 146th work. Time hails him as “the reigning master of modern dance” while Vanity Fair calls him “the greatest choreographer in the world,” and the dance world regards him as a living legend.

Having created the masterful 3 Epitaphs in 1956, he captivated dance goers in 1962 with his virile grace in the landmark Aureole. After retiring as a performer in 1975 he devoted himself fully to choreography, and classics poured forth: Esplanade… Cloven Kingdom… Airs… Arden Court… Lost, Found and Lost… Last Look… Roses… Musical Offering… Company B… Piazzolla Caldera… Promethean Fire… Beloved Renegade… and dozens more.

The Taylor Intensives and You
For nearly three decades, The Taylor School has been a premier training ground for modern dance technique and the best place on earth to study Taylor style and repertoire. The Taylor Intensives have achieved distinction by virtue of outstanding faculty members – distinguished Taylor dancers and alumni – and the exceptional personal attention given to each student. With Taylor dances now in the repertoire of many renowned companies around the world in addition to those of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Taylor 2, it is vital for dancers seeking a place in today’s dance world to know Taylor style and repertoire. The Intensives provide that opportunity – come learn from the masters!
Sunday
2
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
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Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Monday
3
More Info
Less Info
This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Monday
3
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
More Info
Less Info


Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Monday
3
various: Please see registration website for more information.
 
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SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 TAYLOR SUMMER INTENSIVES

Dallas, TX: June 15 – June 26
Los Angeles, CA: June 15 – June 27
Baltimore, MD: July 12 – July 25
New York, NY: July 13 – August 7

The Taylor Tradition
Come join one of our amazing Summer Dance Intensives!
Whether investigating everyday movement with breathtaking beauty or reminding us that we are not as far removed from our prehistoric ancestors as we like to think, Paul Taylor has riveted audiences with matchless inventiveness and astonishing poignancy for nearly 60 years. He continues to be as prolific as ever, having recently completed his 146th work. Time hails him as “the reigning master of modern dance” while Vanity Fair calls him “the greatest choreographer in the world,” and the dance world regards him as a living legend.

Having created the masterful 3 Epitaphs in 1956, he captivated dance goers in 1962 with his virile grace in the landmark Aureole. After retiring as a performer in 1975 he devoted himself fully to choreography, and classics poured forth: Esplanade… Cloven Kingdom… Airs… Arden Court… Lost, Found and Lost… Last Look… Roses… Musical Offering… Company B… Piazzolla Caldera… Promethean Fire… Beloved Renegade… and dozens more.

The Taylor Intensives and You
For nearly three decades, The Taylor School has been a premier training ground for modern dance technique and the best place on earth to study Taylor style and repertoire. The Taylor Intensives have achieved distinction by virtue of outstanding faculty members – distinguished Taylor dancers and alumni – and the exceptional personal attention given to each student. With Taylor dances now in the repertoire of many renowned companies around the world in addition to those of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Taylor 2, it is vital for dancers seeking a place in today’s dance world to know Taylor style and repertoire. The Intensives provide that opportunity – come learn from the masters!
Monday
3
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Monday
3
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
More Info
Less Info
Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Monday
3
Colorado State University
 
Monday
3
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Monday
3
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Presenter: Luna Dance Institute
Target Audience: emerging & experienced dance educators
What:
Content: This course investigates the role of the teacher in creating, implementing and sequencing dance curricula aligned with the National Core Arts Standards using backward and forward design and embedded assessment. Participants learn a process for moving students from exploration through improvisation to composition in a manner that allows for maximum exploration, problem posing and solving, and choice making. In the process, they deepen their understanding of the elements of dance and forming. Course content includes choreographic devices, the principles of design, forms, contemporary learning theories, including constructivism. | $595, 15% off if registering by March 8
When: August 3-7, 9am-5pm Pacific each day
Where:
How:
Tuesday
4
More Info
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Tuesday
4
various: Please see registration website for more information.
 
More Info
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SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 TAYLOR SUMMER INTENSIVES

Dallas, TX: June 15 – June 26
Los Angeles, CA: June 15 – June 27
Baltimore, MD: July 12 – July 25
New York, NY: July 13 – August 7

The Taylor Tradition
Come join one of our amazing Summer Dance Intensives!
Whether investigating everyday movement with breathtaking beauty or reminding us that we are not as far removed from our prehistoric ancestors as we like to think, Paul Taylor has riveted audiences with matchless inventiveness and astonishing poignancy for nearly 60 years. He continues to be as prolific as ever, having recently completed his 146th work. Time hails him as “the reigning master of modern dance” while Vanity Fair calls him “the greatest choreographer in the world,” and the dance world regards him as a living legend.

Having created the masterful 3 Epitaphs in 1956, he captivated dance goers in 1962 with his virile grace in the landmark Aureole. After retiring as a performer in 1975 he devoted himself fully to choreography, and classics poured forth: Esplanade… Cloven Kingdom… Airs… Arden Court… Lost, Found and Lost… Last Look… Roses… Musical Offering… Company B… Piazzolla Caldera… Promethean Fire… Beloved Renegade… and dozens more.

The Taylor Intensives and You
For nearly three decades, The Taylor School has been a premier training ground for modern dance technique and the best place on earth to study Taylor style and repertoire. The Taylor Intensives have achieved distinction by virtue of outstanding faculty members – distinguished Taylor dancers and alumni – and the exceptional personal attention given to each student. With Taylor dances now in the repertoire of many renowned companies around the world in addition to those of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Taylor 2, it is vital for dancers seeking a place in today’s dance world to know Taylor style and repertoire. The Intensives provide that opportunity – come learn from the masters!
Tuesday
4
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Tuesday
4
Colorado State University
 
Tuesday
4
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
More Info
Less Info
Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Tuesday
4
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Tuesday
4
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
More Info
Less Info


Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Tuesday
4
More Info
Less Info
Presenter: Luna Dance Institute
Target Audience: emerging & experienced dance educators
What:
Content: This course investigates the role of the teacher in creating, implementing and sequencing dance curricula aligned with the National Core Arts Standards using backward and forward design and embedded assessment. Participants learn a process for moving students from exploration through improvisation to composition in a manner that allows for maximum exploration, problem posing and solving, and choice making. In the process, they deepen their understanding of the elements of dance and forming. Course content includes choreographic devices, the principles of design, forms, contemporary learning theories, including constructivism. | $595, 15% off if registering by March 8
When: August 3-7, 9am-5pm Pacific each day
Where:
How:
Wednesday
5
More Info
Less Info
This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Wednesday
5
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
More Info
Less Info
Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Wednesday
5
Colorado State University
 
Wednesday
5
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
More Info
Less Info


Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Wednesday
5
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Wednesday
5
various: Please see registration website for more information.
 
More Info
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SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 TAYLOR SUMMER INTENSIVES

Dallas, TX: June 15 – June 26
Los Angeles, CA: June 15 – June 27
Baltimore, MD: July 12 – July 25
New York, NY: July 13 – August 7

The Taylor Tradition
Come join one of our amazing Summer Dance Intensives!
Whether investigating everyday movement with breathtaking beauty or reminding us that we are not as far removed from our prehistoric ancestors as we like to think, Paul Taylor has riveted audiences with matchless inventiveness and astonishing poignancy for nearly 60 years. He continues to be as prolific as ever, having recently completed his 146th work. Time hails him as “the reigning master of modern dance” while Vanity Fair calls him “the greatest choreographer in the world,” and the dance world regards him as a living legend.

Having created the masterful 3 Epitaphs in 1956, he captivated dance goers in 1962 with his virile grace in the landmark Aureole. After retiring as a performer in 1975 he devoted himself fully to choreography, and classics poured forth: Esplanade… Cloven Kingdom… Airs… Arden Court… Lost, Found and Lost… Last Look… Roses… Musical Offering… Company B… Piazzolla Caldera… Promethean Fire… Beloved Renegade… and dozens more.

The Taylor Intensives and You
For nearly three decades, The Taylor School has been a premier training ground for modern dance technique and the best place on earth to study Taylor style and repertoire. The Taylor Intensives have achieved distinction by virtue of outstanding faculty members – distinguished Taylor dancers and alumni – and the exceptional personal attention given to each student. With Taylor dances now in the repertoire of many renowned companies around the world in addition to those of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Taylor 2, it is vital for dancers seeking a place in today’s dance world to know Taylor style and repertoire. The Intensives provide that opportunity – come learn from the masters!
Wednesday
5
National Dance Institute
 
More Info
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Wednesday
5
More Info
Less Info
Presenter: Luna Dance Institute
Target Audience: emerging & experienced dance educators
What:
Content: This course investigates the role of the teacher in creating, implementing and sequencing dance curricula aligned with the National Core Arts Standards using backward and forward design and embedded assessment. Participants learn a process for moving students from exploration through improvisation to composition in a manner that allows for maximum exploration, problem posing and solving, and choice making. In the process, they deepen their understanding of the elements of dance and forming. Course content includes choreographic devices, the principles of design, forms, contemporary learning theories, including constructivism. | $595, 15% off if registering by March 8
When: August 3-7, 9am-5pm Pacific each day
Where:
How:
Thursday
6
More Info
Less Info
This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Thursday
6
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
More Info
Less Info


Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Thursday
6
Colorado State University
 
Thursday
6
various: Please see registration website for more information.
 
More Info
Less Info
SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 TAYLOR SUMMER INTENSIVES

Dallas, TX: June 15 – June 26
Los Angeles, CA: June 15 – June 27
Baltimore, MD: July 12 – July 25
New York, NY: July 13 – August 7

The Taylor Tradition
Come join one of our amazing Summer Dance Intensives!
Whether investigating everyday movement with breathtaking beauty or reminding us that we are not as far removed from our prehistoric ancestors as we like to think, Paul Taylor has riveted audiences with matchless inventiveness and astonishing poignancy for nearly 60 years. He continues to be as prolific as ever, having recently completed his 146th work. Time hails him as “the reigning master of modern dance” while Vanity Fair calls him “the greatest choreographer in the world,” and the dance world regards him as a living legend.

Having created the masterful 3 Epitaphs in 1956, he captivated dance goers in 1962 with his virile grace in the landmark Aureole. After retiring as a performer in 1975 he devoted himself fully to choreography, and classics poured forth: Esplanade… Cloven Kingdom… Airs… Arden Court… Lost, Found and Lost… Last Look… Roses… Musical Offering… Company B… Piazzolla Caldera… Promethean Fire… Beloved Renegade… and dozens more.

The Taylor Intensives and You
For nearly three decades, The Taylor School has been a premier training ground for modern dance technique and the best place on earth to study Taylor style and repertoire. The Taylor Intensives have achieved distinction by virtue of outstanding faculty members – distinguished Taylor dancers and alumni – and the exceptional personal attention given to each student. With Taylor dances now in the repertoire of many renowned companies around the world in addition to those of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Taylor 2, it is vital for dancers seeking a place in today’s dance world to know Taylor style and repertoire. The Intensives provide that opportunity – come learn from the masters!
Thursday
6
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
More Info
Less Info
Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Thursday
6
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Thursday
6
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Thursday
6
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Presenter: Luna Dance Institute
Target Audience: emerging & experienced dance educators
What:
Content: This course investigates the role of the teacher in creating, implementing and sequencing dance curricula aligned with the National Core Arts Standards using backward and forward design and embedded assessment. Participants learn a process for moving students from exploration through improvisation to composition in a manner that allows for maximum exploration, problem posing and solving, and choice making. In the process, they deepen their understanding of the elements of dance and forming. Course content includes choreographic devices, the principles of design, forms, contemporary learning theories, including constructivism. | $595, 15% off if registering by March 8
When: August 3-7, 9am-5pm Pacific each day
Where:
How:
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Friday
7
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
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Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Friday
7
Colorado State University
 
Friday
7
various: Please see registration website for more information.
 
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SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 TAYLOR SUMMER INTENSIVES

Dallas, TX: June 15 – June 26
Los Angeles, CA: June 15 – June 27
Baltimore, MD: July 12 – July 25
New York, NY: July 13 – August 7

The Taylor Tradition
Come join one of our amazing Summer Dance Intensives!
Whether investigating everyday movement with breathtaking beauty or reminding us that we are not as far removed from our prehistoric ancestors as we like to think, Paul Taylor has riveted audiences with matchless inventiveness and astonishing poignancy for nearly 60 years. He continues to be as prolific as ever, having recently completed his 146th work. Time hails him as “the reigning master of modern dance” while Vanity Fair calls him “the greatest choreographer in the world,” and the dance world regards him as a living legend.

Having created the masterful 3 Epitaphs in 1956, he captivated dance goers in 1962 with his virile grace in the landmark Aureole. After retiring as a performer in 1975 he devoted himself fully to choreography, and classics poured forth: Esplanade… Cloven Kingdom… Airs… Arden Court… Lost, Found and Lost… Last Look… Roses… Musical Offering… Company B… Piazzolla Caldera… Promethean Fire… Beloved Renegade… and dozens more.

The Taylor Intensives and You
For nearly three decades, The Taylor School has been a premier training ground for modern dance technique and the best place on earth to study Taylor style and repertoire. The Taylor Intensives have achieved distinction by virtue of outstanding faculty members – distinguished Taylor dancers and alumni – and the exceptional personal attention given to each student. With Taylor dances now in the repertoire of many renowned companies around the world in addition to those of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Taylor 2, it is vital for dancers seeking a place in today’s dance world to know Taylor style and repertoire. The Intensives provide that opportunity – come learn from the masters!
Friday
7
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
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Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Friday
7
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Friday
7
Lindenwood University, J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts
 
Friday
7
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Friday
7
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Presenter: Luna Dance Institute
Target Audience: emerging & experienced dance educators
What:
Content: This course investigates the role of the teacher in creating, implementing and sequencing dance curricula aligned with the National Core Arts Standards using backward and forward design and embedded assessment. Participants learn a process for moving students from exploration through improvisation to composition in a manner that allows for maximum exploration, problem posing and solving, and choice making. In the process, they deepen their understanding of the elements of dance and forming. Course content includes choreographic devices, the principles of design, forms, contemporary learning theories, including constructivism. | $595, 15% off if registering by March 8
When: August 3-7, 9am-5pm Pacific each day
Where:
How:
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NDEO MEMBERS MUST LOG IN TO see the REGISTER NOW button.

Virtual Meeting via zoom for all dance teachers to share knowledge and ideas for teaching dance student with special needs.

All registrants will be sent information on how to access zoom an hour before the meeting starts.

Session time is 4-5pm EDT.
Saturday
8
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Saturday
8
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Saturday
8
Colorado State University
 
Saturday
8
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
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Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Saturday
8
Lindenwood University, J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts
 
Saturday
8
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Saturday
8
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
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Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Sunday
9
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Sunday
9
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Sunday
9
Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center
 
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Target: Dancers 18+, Choreographers, Dance educators



What: Summer Intensive, Choreography Showcase, Professional Development



When: July 26-August 9, 2020



Where:

For more information visit our website:



OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2020



Professional Training Program:

Oklahoma International Dance Festival provides rigorous professional training for dancers, offers residencies for practicing dance artists, and presents performances with a renowned roster of local, national, and international dancemakers. The Festival has assembled a dynamic and diverse faculty, so dancers from throughout the region and beyond may experience an international view with working professionals in the field, here in Oklahoma.



Choreography Showcase:

Choreography Showcase offers a platform for aspiring and established choreographers to showcase their works and also take master classes from experts in the dance world. This two-week festival features masterclasses every day, two evenings of adjudicated concerts followed by feedback from the Festival international and national faculty.



Professional Development:

This 3-day seminar will offer an opportunity to take part in an experiential workshop designed to give participants an in-depth understanding of the new Oklahoma Academic Standards for Dance. The workshop will include hands-on activities focusing on practical application and curriculum integration, with time for processing and planning. Members of the dance standards writing committee will be available for a Q&A dialog. Participants will also observe and/or participate in Festival classes and rehearsals, and have the opportunity to interact in various Panel Discussions with the International Faculty.



Sunday
9
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
More Info
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Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Sunday
9
Lindenwood University, J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts
 
Sunday
9
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Who: Noyes School of Rhythm, posted by Meg Brooker, Assistant Professor of Dance, Middle Tennessee State University and certified Noyes Rhythm teacher
What:
When: June 28-August 9
Where:
How: https: and https://www.noyesrhythm.org/
Sunday
9
Colorado State University
 
Monday
10
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Monday
10
Colorado State University
 
Monday
10
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Monday
10
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
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Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Tuesday
11
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Tuesday
11
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org
Tuesday
11
Colorado State University
 
Tuesday
11
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
More Info
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Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Tuesday
11
Online Virtual Event - Time Zone is EDT
4:00 PM
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NDEO MEMBERS LOG IN TO REGISTER. Virtual Meeting via zoom for dance teachers in the private sector to share knowledge and discuss challenges.
Wednesday
12
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This is where you can register for 5 upcoming OPDI courses that NDEO is offering in its 2nd Summer session for 2020 that begins on July 20th. You should only register HERE if you are NOT a current member of NDEO.

Wednesday
12
Colorado State University
 
Wednesday
12
Colorado State University University Center for the Arts
 
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Come dance in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains this summer!

Dancers ages 15-20 spend two weeks in an immersive college dance curriculum, receiving individualized attention from Colorado State University Dance faculty, mentorship from current CSU Dance majors, and unique insights from guest speakers.

August 2-15, 2020
Colorado State University campus

Application Deadline: February 15, 2020
Wednesday
12
National Dance Institute
 
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Date: August 3 to 14, 2020 (excluding weekends) 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Level 1 Teaching Artist Training Intensive is an immersion in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques. Participants work directly with children, experiencing the unique pedagogy that has been developed over NDI’s history. Each year, professional artists and educators from around the globe emerge from this transformative experience with an advanced set of foundational tools that equip them to engage and inspire diverse learners to excellence through the power of dance and music.

This course includes daily teaching opportunities, choreography workshops, stimulating group discussions, and presentations from leaders in education. This program culminates in a celebratory performance.



Fee: $1000 (includes $250 non-refundable deposit)



Scholarships: Merit-based scholarships for this intensive are available by application, which is included in the registration form. Scholarship applications must be accompanied by your resume and two (2) letters of recommendation.






Learn more: www.ndicollaborative.org