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This course explores how the body is designed for movement and how to use it effortlessly and skillfully based on this design. It will examine our unique upright system and describe the purpose of the extensor and flexor muscles, the head and spine, the shoulder and pelvic girdles as well as the upper and lower limbs, the hands and feet. Dr Dimon’s dynamic and practical approach to the subject matter explains not only how each system works separately, but how when they function synergistically they make up the most versatile moving machine in the world.
Student Choreographed works performed, as well as repertory set by guest choreographer Julian Barnett.
Come celebrate the Fall 2012 graduating seniors, Everett Taylor, Malika John, and Jasmine Yohai. Students from Contemporary Technique 1 (Tech 1) will be performing a repertory work set by Hunter Alumnae Jessica Colotti and Laura Schubert. Potluck Lunch.
Saifan Schmerer from arts organization The Field will share information with Choreographic Projects students (and any other interested Hunter dance students) about life after college for artists and how The Field can help with that transition.
Students in the Hunter College graduate dance course Performance/Presentation will show their choreographic works at The Club at La Mama Theater.
There will be a mandatory Dance Program orientation meeting for all dance majors, minors and dance company members on Wednesday, January 30th
Selected students will bring their current works-in-progress to the College Partnership Program's Showing at New York Live Arts. The event gathers dance programs from NYC, Long Island, New Jersey and Pennsylvania to show student choreographed work and participate in a post-performance discussion. The CPP is organized by Estelle Woodward Arnal.
Production week begins