So, we just posted a list of fabulous summer dance programs for dance students and professionals, but there are also TONS of drop-in style adult dance classes going on! If your looking to warm your body up with the Spring weather, here are some FUN opportunities that happen throughout the week:
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The weather is warming up and it is time to think about Summer dance programs! Dance schools and companies around the state and country offer wonderful opportunities for dancers to study and play in a more concentrated environment. Here are a few of the programs from our friends and neighbors! Do you know of a program we don’t have listed here? Comment on this blog with a link to more info!
-Alabama Ballet, Birmingham, AL,…Continue
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Keep moving this holiday season with open dance classes around town! Don't let the treats and the in-laws weigh you down, bring your friends and family to a dance class!
Here are just a few of the awesome opportunities happening:
-The Dance Foundation, open adult classes
Friday, Dec. 7, 11:30-12:30: Restorative Yoga with Erin Cornelius, $15
Classes resume Jan. 3.…
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Check out all of these wonderful holiday performances taking place in Alabama! Know of one that we have missed? Create an Alabama Dance Exchange profile and post it!
11/29-12/1: Patti Rutland Jazz, Santa’s Workshop, Dothan Civic Center
11/30-12/2: Birmingham Ballet, The Mutt-cracker AND The Nutcracker, The Alabama Theatre…Continue
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From Alabama State Council on the Arts Public Information Officer, Barbara Reed:
Alabamians Speak Out About the Arts in 2018
Montgomery, ALA - Americans for the Arts, a leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education in America has released Americans…Continue
Added by Alabama Dance Council on October 31, 2018 at 10:30am — No Comments
Rachel joins the ADC after an extensive career with Nashville Ballet 2, the Alabama Ballet, and AROVA Contemporary Ballet. She has studied Revolutionary Principles of Movement with Wes Chapman and Cheryl Ale, based on the syllabus of Ruth Petrinovic, and Dance for Parkinson’s Disease with David Leventhal of the Mark Morris Dance Group. Rachel recently completed Zena Rommett Floor-Barre® Technique Certification, first level. She is on faculty at NS Dance Studio and Beverly’s Dance…Continue
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Summer break is over and school is back in session! The Alabama Dance Council welcomes everyone back to the studio and shares wishes for a fabulous season of dance.
One ADC member company has been working all summer on an upcoming performance. Notinee Indian Dance Director Pia Sen has transformed Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore’s story of love, magic, and empowerment into a dance drama with narrations in English. Rumor has it the September 8 show is almost sold out, so get tickets…Continue
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Summer time is right around the corner and that means summer dance camps and intensives! Post your summer dance schedule to the Alabama Dance Exchange and it will be automatically fed onto the ADC website's homepage, and featured in our e-newsletter, Footworks!
Help us help you spread the word!!
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The Alabama State Council on the Arts will honor eight outstanding Alabamians at the “Celebration of the Arts” awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. The event will take place at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, located at 1 Festival Drive, Montgomery. A coffee and dessert reception will immediately follow the awards ceremony in the lobby of the theatre. The event is FREE and open to the public, but reservations and tickets are required. To reserve…Continue
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The Alabama Dance Festival in January 2016 offered college dance students the opportunity to audition for the School at Jacob’s Pillow, a prestigious summer intensive at the most historic dance venue in America. Dancers spend their summer immersed in high-level technique classes and intense rehearsals of classic and original works. They also perform for Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival audiences as part of The Pillow’s Inside/Out Series, and make lasting connections with Festival artists and…Continue
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KYLE ABRAHAM DANCE RESIDENCY HONORS CIVIL RIGHTS LEGACIES IN MONTGOMERY, SELMA, BIRMINGHAM ON JANUARY 5-18
Birmingham, AL – Kyle Abraham and his contemporary dance company Abraham.In.Motion (A.I.M.) is the guest company-in-residence for the 2015 Alabama Dance Festival in January. Residency activities and performances will take place in three pivotal communities in the civil rights movement - Montgomery, Selma, and Birmingham - to stimulate community conversations…
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The Alabama School of Fine Arts is pleased to announce that Wes Chapman, international classical ballet teacher, coach and répétiteur, is joining our Department of Dance as Permanent Guest Artist in Residence. Mr. Chapman will be on campus teaching for extended periods each school year and will also represent the ASFA Dance Department at dance festivals and summer dance intensives throughout the country.
A native of Union Springs, Alabama, Chapman graduated from Alabama School of Fine…Continue
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Don't miss your chance to support this new documentary: Nutcracker Inc. featuring AL dance companies and studios! Watch and donate today! Let's make this film happen.…Continue
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Jazz teacher needed!
Cullman Ballet Theatre School is looking for a jazz teacher that is willing to drive to Cullman one day a week for the 2010-2011 school term August 16 to the end of May 2011.
You would need to be qualified to teach an intermediate and advanced levels of jazz.
Also there is some interest possibly in a…Continue
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NEA Chairman Landesman and Hud Secretary Donovan Invite the Arts Community and Creative Sector to…
Added by Alabama Dance Council on July 1, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Hello arts education friends,
Are YOU a teaching artist with something to say?
The Teaching Artist Journal is seeking field reporters to expand the reach of voices that come to you through our print and online Newsbreak section
Teaching Artist Journal opportunity
If you are a practicing teaching artist and you are…
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Creative Capital is pleased to announce a new Workshop Subsidy program made possible by the generous support of The Kresge Foundation. Through this program, Creative Capital will be able to partner with organizations like yours to bring its Professional Development Program (PDP) to even more artists across the country in 2011 and 2012. Workshop Subsidy Grants are designed to broaden…Continue
Added by Alabama Dance Council on May 25, 2010 at 10:36am — No Comments
The official message for
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