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Dance News

Mon
Mar
05
UW-Madison will offer the class, "Imaging Self: School of Education Pre-College Summer Arts Intensive," during the Summer Term from July 8-27. The class is open to high school juniors and seniors of all skill and experience levels, with the main requirement being an interest in art and self-expression. Imaging Self is a program that will help students learn about themselves through artistic expression and work with practicing artists and faculty. It's also an opportunity to get to know UW-Madison, as well as earn three college credits.
Wed
Feb
28
UW-Madison's Peggy Choy will be in Prague to set new ensemble work on the Kintari Dance Company. Choy also showcased two new solos as part of the 2018 Year of the Dog Songfest on Feb. 23 and Kolem světa on March 11. Additionally, Choy will teach two workshops, including the Prague Theater Conservatory. Choy is an associate professor with the School of Education's Dance Department.
Mon
Feb
26
Li Chiao-Ping Dance will present "ARENA" at the Overture Center for the Arts on March 2-4. Li is a Vilas Research Professor and a faculty member with the School of Education’s Dance Department. She formed Li Chiao Ping Dance in 1990. "ARENA" features new works choreographed by Li and performed by her company. The show will shift attention to abstract expression through the dancing body. The Promenade Hall location will work to give each audience member a unique perspective of the performance.
Wed
Feb
21
UW-Madison's Marlene Skog will receive the 2018 Wisconsin Dance Council Distinction Award. Skog is an assistant professor with the School of Education's Dance Department. The Wisconsin Dance Council in 1984 began recognizing people who have made significant contributions to dance education, dance therapy, choreography, performance, dance production, dance research, and the general support of dance in Wisconsin. Skog will be honored at the 2018 Dance Council Conference, Award Reception, and Ceremony on Aug. 18 in Neenah.
Wed
Feb
21
Early in December, UW-Madison's Joseph Koykkar presented at the first Arts Agôn session, sponsored by the UW Arts Institute. He shared his work on electro-acoustic and sound design for the collaborative piece "When Time Ran Out," which was performed earlier this month in the faculty concert "in tension." And in January, the modern ballet "Martha (The Searchers)" by New York-based choreographer Julia Gleich, featured selections of Koykkar's music on its soundtrack.
Wed
Feb
14
UW-Madison's Arts Institute welcomes Sheron Wray as the spring 2018 interdisciplinary artist in residence. Wray’s residency is hosted by the School of Education's Art Department, with co-sponsoring departments of Art History, Dance, Afro-American Studies and African Cultural Studies. The faculty lead is Associate Professor Faisal Abdu’Allah of the Art Department. Wray self-titles as a “Performance Architect,” and has developed a theory and practice called Embodiology, a neo-African approach to contemporary dance improvisation.
Tue
Feb
06
At the "Arts Agôn: February Arts Research Forum," arts researchers will share their work with each other and UW-Madison campus colleagues. The Feb. 15 forum aims to create connections and encourage dialogue. The event will feature a Community Arts Collaboratory presentation with Erica Halverson, Kate Corby, Faisal Abdu’Allah and Stephanie Richards. These faculty and staff are partnering in the Arts Collaboratory to develop evaluation tools that can measure and ​demonstrate the impact of their various arts-based education programs.
Thu
Feb
01
UW-Madison's Chris Walker was appointed a Vilas Associate through the university's prestigious Vilas Associates competition. Walker is a faculty member with the School of Education’s Dance Department. The Vilas Associate appointment is awarded to a faculty with new, ongoing, significant and high-quality research. The Divisional Research Committees of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education chooses the competitive recipients ​based on a detailed proposal. The appointment provides summer salary for two summers and $12,500 in flexible research funding for two fiscal years.
Wed
Jan
31
UW-Madison's Rena Kornblum will hold weekly de-stress sessions using dance and movement therapy this spring semester. Kornblum is a senior lecturer with the School of Education's Dance Department. These free sessions will provide tools and ways to manage anxiety, increase self-awareness and compassion, identify and understand triggers and address social anxiety. The sessions will run every Thursday afternoon from Feb. 1 through April 12, from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m, at 249 Lathrop Hall. Snacks will be provided.
Tue
Jan
30
UW-Madison began revitalizing the summer experience in 2016 with a significant increase in scholarship funding. The goal was to encourage more students to take advantage of accelerated summer courses so they could graduate on time and avoid the expense of extra semesters. Building on these successes in 2018, UW–Madison will serve a wider range of students during the summer months. Current undergraduates, incoming freshmen, students visiting from other institutions, high school students, and others will benefit from the university’s world-class resources.
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