Weekly Announcements – October 12 to October 18


This Week: A message from Julia, Junior meetings with Frederick, Spring 2015 Internship Program, and Alumni Performances and Projects.


We are at mid-term already! Best wishes to everyone as you prepare for your mid-term projects and juries.
We are hosting a special workshop next week that will explore how dance is beneficial to people with Parkinson’s Disease. The residency was featured on Rutgers Today recently – you can read more about this exciting residency at the link below. Please join us!http://news.rutgers.edu/feature/dance-therapy-parkinson%E2%80%99s-disease/20141005#.VDaTlOf85d5

Have a wonderful week!


All juniors MUST meet with Frederick to make sure they are on track to graduate. Meeting times are:
Week of Oct. 20th
Monday 12-3:30 p.m.
Tuesday 12-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 4-5:15 p.m.
Friday Noon-3:30 p.m.
Week of Oct. 27th
Monday 12-3:30 p.m.
Tuesday 12-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 4-5:15 p.m.
Friday 2-3:30 p.m.

Sign-up sheets are posted on the bulletin board outside Studio 110.  Please sign up for your meeting ASAP!


Dance Place is seeking college students and recent graduates interested in learning how a thriving dance center operates from the inside out. The experience will enhance participants’ abilities to shape sustainable, creative careers. Interns are selected for specific departments including: technical theater, production, development, arts administration, marketing and youth development. Internships are available with housing provided, or if you are located in the DC area consider the non-housing option!

They are currently accepting applications for their Spring 2015 Internship Program. The internship would begin January 5th and end May 17th. The application deadline is October 31st, no later than 6pm!

Provided is a link to their website that explains in further detail the positions they have available and how to apply. Please send all applications via email to internships@danceplace.org.


Dance Place Internship – Spring 2015


Hello Mason Gross family! This is Amanda MacLeod, BFA alumna!
This month my collective and I are premiering our second installation piece, and I hope you will consider making it out! Tickets are available on our IndiGogo page below.
October 17 & 18, and 23-25th at 8pm
98 Moore St, Brooklyn.
Archaic Remnants and The Methods of Transfer is a collaboration of visual arts, music, dance and film . We build out industrial spaces into full installations and build an authentic dance and live music in direct communication with the set. After performing The Cave, we have moved to a new space in order to bring to you The Web of Azoth; a story of the elements – of transcendence – of infinite history and the power of Alchemy.



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