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Dance Educators Association Of Washington 2018 Conference
Body, Voice, & Soul Workshop
Activation of the body, voice and soul through movement and song is a
vibrant experience full of life and color. In this workshop we’ll
combine exercises in both dance and vocal improvisation including solo
and group scores to form a rich, deep practice of expression through
music and dance. This 6 week workshop is open to all who want to
participate and push the boundaries of what it means to create through
improvisation. It is for everyone whether you sing and dance on
stages, or only in your living room. It is a noncompetitive safe space
where you can open up to who you really are. This class is co-taught
by West Liberty (formerly Colleen Liberty, BFA in Dance from Cornish
College of the Arts) and Emory LaRose (formerly Sam Gellerman-Bowers,
BFA in Songwriting from Berklee).
When: 6 week workshop begins Sat. 9/8 through Sat. 10/13, 1:30pm-3:30pm
Where: Open Flight Studio (4205 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105)
How Much: $60-$90 sliding scale, no one turned away for lack of funds
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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!
Pat Graney Company Audition
Saturday, September 8, 10am-1pm
Sunday, September 9, 10am – 1pm (Callbacks)
On the Boards Studio Theater
100 West Roy Street
Seattle, WA 98119
For more information visit: www.patgraney.org.
Olympic Ballet Theatre Audition
Olympic Ballet Theatre is currently seeking male dancers ages 18-24 for its 2018-2019 Trainee Program. Partial and full scholarships to Olympic Ballet School as well as performance stipends & shoes are available based on experience.
Keeping The Faith-The Prison Project Dance Instructor/Choreographer Needed
Keeping the Faith—the Prison Project is an integrated arts program conducted by the Pat Graney Company at the Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women. Initiated in 1995, the program consists of movement, writing, American Sign Language and visual arts workshops and culminates in a performance by institution residents and for the outside community. Keeping the Faith creates a rare forum for cultural development among incarcerated women by facilitating the exploration and expression of both individual and collective identity.
Position Title: Dance Instructor, Keeping the Faith – the Prison Project
2 sessions, 2.5 hours each / September (Flexible dates)
Compensation: $150 per workshop
Job Description: This teaching position provides an opportunity for Choreographers interested in interdisciplinary, performative, and community-based arts, to work with incarcerated women. The instructor will work alongside other professional artists, gaining valuable experience while learning to activate the transformative power of the arts in oppressive spaces.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
Choreograph one piece (3-5 minutes long) to be performed at the end of the session
Teach participants the work during 2 workshops at Mission Creek, along with the Team (Mon/Weds, 2pm-9pm. Flexible dates in September)
Be available for the KTF staff carpool
Work with the dance intern to ensure all choreography is properly documented (Project Coordinator oversees)
Be a model for positive behavior and relationships with participants and KTF team members
Attend one Fall performance (November 16 + 17)
Must approach this immersive and life-changing experience with an openness to learn about prison culture and institutional limitations, as well as creativity and resourcefulness when encountering roadblocks.
Must be able to adapt choreography quickly to fit the needs of the group (non-trained dancers).
Must be able to work cooperatively on a team and receive feedback.
Must have strong emotional boundaries and the ability to suspend moral judgement when working with incarcerated populations.
Must be a reliable, punctual worker.
Questions? To apply send a resume and two letters of reference to Cait Wyler, Project Coordinator: email@example.com
Position open until filled. People of varying backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
WhirlyBuds Dance Company seeks Dance instructors
Job Title: Preschool Dance Instructor, Part Time
Company: WhirlyBuds Dance Company
Location: Seattle, WA (Weekly classes are taught at various locations including Phinney, Mountlake Terrace, Northeast Seattle, West Seattle, and Burien. Applicants must be willing to travel throughout the city.)
Start Date: Immediate
Compensation: $30.00 per hour of class taught ($18 per hour during training)
Do you have a passion for dance? Do children bring a smile to your face? Does getting paid in hugs, sequels of delight, and money sound like the best job ever?
WhirlyBuds Dance Company is a creative movement company that caters to the energetic and whimsical preschool crowd, hosting weekly classes at various child care centers throughout the Seattle area. We are looking to immediately hire two part time dance instructors for toddler and preschooler movement classes. The ideal candidate will have a background in both dance and child care. He/She will be a fun, creative, warm, energetic, and encouraging dance instructor.
Darrah Blanton Dance Seeks Dance Instructors
Job title: Children’s dance instructor
Company: Darrah Blanton Dance (www.darrahblantondance.com)
Location: Seattle (Ballard and Capitol Hill)
Start date: Mid-September 2018
Compensation: Competitive hourly wage based on experience
Darrah Blanton Dance seeks new instructors to join our team beginning in the Fall of 2018. Currently seeking a teacher for Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning classes on Capitol Hill, and Thursday afternoon classes in Ballard. This schedule is possibly flexible depending on the applicant’s availability. Classes are for children ages 3-8 in pre-ballet and ballet/tap combo. Previous experience teaching dance to children is required. Looking for a reliable, dedicated applicant who loves working with kids. Please send cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ballard And Shoreline Academy Of Music & Dance Seeks Instructors
The Academy of Music & Dance is looking for qualified Dance Teachers for regular teaching days as well as fill out our substitute list. We are looking for teachers for both our locations in Ballard and new location in Edmonds/Shoreline. The Academy of Music & Dance opened in February 2009 and has quickly earned a reputation of educational excellence and exemplary experience. The full-time administrative staff provides support for teachers and students. Teach in our professional studios with floating Marley floors, equipped with sound systems and teaching materials. Monitors out in the lobby show what is going on in dance class, allowing parents to sit comfortably (out of class!) to watch. Enjoy super fun PAID recitals, and have the freedom to plan your own lessons.
Candidates for this position must:
-Have a Bachelor’s or above degree or equivalent training in dance
-Ability to teach different styles
-Be willing to work with students of all ages and levels, especially ages 3-9
-Be respectful, clean, and friendly
To apply please email your resume or CV and a short description of your teaching style or philosophy to email@example.com.
Dance Arts Seeks Dance Instructors
Definitive Dance Studio Seeks Creative Movement Instructor
Well established studio looking for a Creative Movement Instructor. Looking for a high energy and experienced individual to teach classes at our studio. $35.00/hr or more depending on experience.
Please contact Ursula at Definitive Dance Studio via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume, and/or a link to a video of your dancing/teaching. If you are currently not teaching please be prepared to teach a group class as part of your interview.
Keeping The Faith: The Prison Project Dance Intern
Keeping the Faith—the Prison Project is an integrated arts program conducted by the Pat Graney Company at the Washington Corrections Center for Women. Initiated in 1995, the program consists of movement, writing, American Sign Language and visual arts workshops and culminates in a performance by institution residents and for the outside community. Keeping the Faith creates a rare forum for cultural development among incarcerated women by facilitating the exploration and expression of both individual and collective identity.
Position Title: Dance Intern, Keeping the Faith – the Prison Project
16 hours/week, September-November (Training in late August. Start date flexible.)
Job Description: This internship provides an opportunity for emerging artists interested in
interdisciplinary, performative, and community-based arts, specifically in working with incarcerated women. The intern will work alongside professional artists, gaining valuable experience while learning to activate the transformative power of the arts in oppressive spaces.
Questions? To apply send a resume and two letters of reference to Cait Wyler, Project Coordinator: email@example.com.
Position open until filled. People of varying backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN FOR PAT GRANEY COMPANY
Position Title: Administrative Intern, Pat Graney Company
10-15 hours/week, 4-6 months (contract length negotiable)
Job Description: This internship provides an opportunity for artists interested in arts administration to
learn valuable skills. The Administrative Intern will assist Pat Graney in various company matters.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
● Assist with the production of performances and events (as needed)
● Point of contact for inquiries regarding the Pat Graney Company
● General office support
● Social media outreach
● Update and maintain website (experience with WordPress a plus)
● Co-coordinator for fundraising efforts
● Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
● Reliability and ability to work independently
● Exceptional problem solving and organizational skills
● Attention to details
● Technology and software platforms required: Mac-based operating systems, MS Office with
emphasis on Excel and Word; Google Drive, DropBox; familiarity with WordPress and
MailChimp a plus.
● Commitment to Arts in Seattle (experience in Nonprofit Arts Administration a plus)
● Strong organizational, writing, verbal and interpersonal skills
Questions? To apply send a resume and two letters of reference to Cait Wyler: firstname.lastname@example.org
CRESCENDO DANCE ACADEMY SEEKING ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER
SeattleDances Contributing Writer
SeattleDances is Seattle’s link to all things dance. Through exclusive previews, engaging editorials, and timely reviews, SeattleDances tracks the pulse of the Seattle dance scene.
SeattleDances is currently looking for additional writing staff to contribute content. Our writers play an important role in continuing press coverage and dialogue around dance in Seattle. Get press tickets for reviewing shows, interview your favorite artists, develop your voice, and get published! Consistent writers qualify for writing stipend.
Strong writing skills, knowledge of dance or arts, reliable communication, ability to meet deadlines.
Interested parties please send an email of interest to email@example.com. Applicants will be required to submit a writing sample.
FOOD Bring something to share if you’d like.
BOOZE Available at the bar.
1ST + 3RD MONDAYS / 10PM
Velocity Founders Theater 1621 12th Ave
FREE | 3rd Tuesdays | 7:30 signups, 8:00 start | All ages, PG13, mostly seated | All performance art forms welcome. Music, poetry, dance, more. Unplugged, no PA, in the Abbey Great Hall. Original music & art only please, no covers unless in the public domain. See Facebook Group for info.
This Open Arts Mic is here to help develop an artful community and increase quality of performance here in Seattle. Please come expecting a supportive audience and a quiet respectful experience. No rock star attitudes allowed.
Emerald City Contra Dance
Every Friday at the Phinney Neighborhood Center
6532 Phinney N, Seattle, in the “Community Hall” (brick building off lower parking lot, see web page for a map)
Dance from 7:30pm to 10:00pm, beginner’s workshop at 7:00.
$8 General Admission; $7 Seniors, PNA members, SFS members; $5 Students.
All dances taught. No partner necessary.
Light, comfortable clothing recommended.
Please do not wear cologne, perfume, oils, powders or other scented products. Thanks!
SEATTLE DANCE MEDICINE
Free Injury Screening Clinic
Open to dancers of any style, level, or technique
Clinics are held the 2nd Sunday of each month / 2-5pm
New visits and follow-up appointments available. Appointments must be made in advance at
GroupHealth Capitol Hill Campus
Physical Therapy Gym
201 16th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
*Enter at Urgent Care at 16th and E Thomas St*
About the clinic:
Our clinic is designed to provide FREE screening evaluations for dance-related injuries. We take a team-based approach in caring for the local dance community, and understand the complex needs of injured dancers. We will do our best to address all your needs in clinic, but can also assist with referrals, if necessary.
Rent Rehearsal Space in Greenwood
American Dance Institute is now offering a Professional Dance Artist Rehearsal Rental Discount!
Cost: ($200 key deposit if renting during off hours)
Private Rehearsal: $25/hour
Company Rehearsal: $35/hour
Studio and Theatre Details:
Studio 1: 8001 Greenwood Ave N
Studio 2: 8007 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
North Seattle Dance Studio(350sqft) for rent
Price for rehearsal and practice
1 hour : $15
2 hours : $25
3 hours : $35
4 hours : $40
Price for workshop, class or lesson
1 hour : $20
2 hours : $30
3 hours : $40
4 hours : $45
Time : Mon – Sun 8 AM – 10 PM
Subject to availability
Photos and more info available here
Renton Rehearsal Space
Two studio spaces available to rent at Spotlight Dance & Performing Arts Center in Renton for one time or ongoing regular use. Both studios equipped with sprung floor, marley, mirrors, barres, cd player with ipod docking station and audio cable for other devices. Space may be rented out for dance classes, workshops, private lessons, auditions, photo shoots, rehearsals, pilates, yoga, karate, zumba, etc. Yellow studio is approximately 700 sq ft and pink studio approximately 1200 sq ft. Discounts are available for renters interested in an ongoing weekly rental. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or425.241.3388 for more information.
AFFORDABLE RENTAL SPACE AT VELOCITY
Dance Artist rehearsals start as low as $11/hr. Easy online booking!
Velocity offers beautiful, clean, and low cost rehearsal and performance space. Our studios and theater are available to rent for rehearsals, workshops and performances and for weddings, receptions, and other community events.
Founders Studio + Theater: 2,400 square feet, hardwood floors, skylights + mirrors
Kawasaki Studio: 1,225 square feet, mirrors, large windows, skylights + a sprung floor with Marley
Steward Studio: 800 square feet, mirrors, large windows + a sprung floor with Marley
To learn more about Studio Rentals click here >>
For more information about renting Velocity’s Founders Theater click here >>
Spacefinder Seattle is a matchmaking tool for artists and artspaces.
Artists: Whether you’re looking for creative maker-spaces such as rehearsal rooms or painting studios, or presentation spaces such as black-box theaters or galleries, or event spaces, or culinary art space, or meeting space, or classrooms, or even raw warehouses or empty storefronts, then you’ve come to the right place.
Venues: Whether you’re full to capacity with rentals and simply want to market your venue for future use, or you’re looking for a new audience of artists and organizations who may not yet know about your spaces, you’ve come to the right place.
Spacefinder Seattle is a database of every rental space in the region (that we know of) that’s available to artists and arts & cultural organizations. It’s a way to discover spaces that might not already be on your radar, it’s a way to cross-pollinate art disciplines (maybe the most appropriate rehearsal space for your project is an artist’s studio?), and it’s a way to help grease the wheels of our regional artspace marketplace.
Studio Blue Seattle
Dance, Performance, and Burlesque Studio in Central Seattle, we are the home of Miss Indigo Blue’s Academy of Burlesque. Rental space for dancers, performers, instructors, gatherings, events, and meetings. We have two spaces available for rental. Parking is available and the studio is easily accessible via the #7 bus.
- 850 sq. ft. raised hardwood floors with two walls of mirrors
- 8 foot ceiling
- stereo system with CD and ipod/mP3 hookup
- bathroom with shower
- 12 folding chairs