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THE RED SHOES: MATTHEW BOURNE’S NEW ADVENTURES

Time magazine called Matthew Bourne “the world’s most popular living dance maker.” Join artists from Re:Bourne, the educational arm of his renowned dance company, New Adventures, to deepen your teaching practice. Explore the creative devices, exercises and games—suitable for all ages and abilities—embedded in New Adventures’ signature storytelling, characterization and expression. Familiarize yourself with Bourne’s new production of The Red Shoes, scheduled for its New York premiere this fall at City Center.

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When Oct 29, 2017
from 01:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Where 92Y Dance Education Laboratory 92Y Harkness Dance Center 1395 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10128
Contact Name Kathleen Isaac
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Contact Phone 212-396-6635
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Student Spotlight 2018

Congratulations to graduates, Lauren Alifano, Rebecca Archer, Carmel Bernardo, Vanessa Giordano, Nicole Kadar, Laura Little & Angela Reid.
This AGDEP cohort, celebrates after recieving their Arnhold graduation pins. Jody Arnhold presented a pin to each graduate, signifying his/her induction into the Arnhold LEAD initiative as each promise to live up to the Hunter College motto, "Mihi Cura Futuri," The care of the future is mine. Joining the celebration are Hunter College President, Jenifer Raab, Hunter Dance Department Chair, Carol Walker, Dean Andrew Polsky and AGDEP Director, Kathleen Isaac.As artists, educators and scholars, each AGDEP graduate enters into a never ending commitment to lifelong learning and leadership in dance.

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