- Workshops/Master Classes
- Choreography Opportunities
- Auditions/Performance Opportunities
- Employment Opportunities
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Modeled after Spectrum Dance Theater’s DanceSPEAK and World Dance programs, Global DanceSpeak is a free workshop series that provides a vibrant exchange with Seattle-based artists from a range of global dance practices.
Students will receive expert instruction from working artists and participate in informal conversations exploring dance as a medium for self-expression and cultural connection. Join us as we exchange in movement, rhythm, and community.
Fall Session: Saturdays (Nov. 7 – Dec. 5) 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Teaching Artist: Dora Oliveira
Location: Zoom & Spectrum Dance Theater Studios (Hybrid Class)
No prior dance experience required, we welcome students of all levels!
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Class Exchange Workshops
A Co-op of skilled movers sharing techniques and training with working dance professionals. Our aim is to build community and safe space for emerging educators via peer learning experiences keeping dance class accessible/affordable. Class Exchange meets Mondays 10:00am-11:30am at Fremont Abbey Arts Center. All teaching artists are volunteers. $3-$5 donations for their support are much appreciated. More information on Facebook!
More opportunities coming soon!
OPEN MIC PERFORMANCE NIGHT. For artists experimenting in any genre. For those unafraid to fail. COME SHOW: A sketch, a task, a situation, a work in-the-works. You have five minutes or less to take a risk.
SIGN-UP Arrive at 9:30PM to sign up. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org on the day of.
FOOD Bring something to share if you’d like.
BOOZE Available at the bar.
Low stress. High focus. Join the SH*T GOLD Facebook Group for details and updates!
UW: Dance Administrator
The UW Department of DANCE is a small, dynamic, and highly productive unit serving 50-65 majors, 75-100 minors, and 1,000 non-majors. The breadth and diversity of our curriculum is enriched by accepting a small cohort of professional DANCErs into a rigorous and innovative, nationally-recognized MFA program. We produce four substantial concerts each year, in addition to smaller productions and events. We host renowned guests and attract a cadre of part-time lecturers who diversify the faculty and curriculum. Students pursuing the major or minor experience a department that feels intimate – for example, our program is one where we know most students’ names – and values the balance between professional/academic rigor and creative flexibility.
The Administrator must be an enthusiastic supporter of the arts who serves as a collegial advocate in leading and growing this community, particularly in our current work to develop a focus on African and African diasporic DANCE traditions as well as other efforts to become an antiracist department. A competitive candidate will thrive in a highly collaborative culture, while simultaneously enjoying the leadership role the department relies on to provide structure, strategy, and good humor along the way.
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