Explores how art is made in specified areas of inquiry, genre, or media. Arts may include visual, written, or performance arts, or a combination of these.
The Choreographic Workshop will explore the use of choreography in relationship to design, that is, how dance and music live in symbiotic relationship to one another. Specifically, the workshop will work with two overtures: 1) Lully's "Entrée of the Grand Turk" and 2) Handel's Overture to Acis and Galatea. In each case, the choreographer and dancers will collaborate in the creative process. The workshop will feature several rehearsals and culminate in a performance of the work developed at the Innovation Forum.
Audition: November, 30 from 10a-12p in UW2-021.
The course will meet the following dates: 1/12, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9
Performance on: 2/13
For more information please contact JoLynn Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student learning goals
1. How to create two short dance pieces translating the design of the music into movement.
2. To collaborate to create an effective performance with limited rehearsal time.
3. Explore creativity through movement.
4. Provide student input into choices in the movement.
5. Refine performance skills for a public presentation.
General method of instruction
Studio work collaborating with dancers, setting movement on their bodies, and directing their interpretation of the assignment dance vocabulary.
Intermediate ballet or modern dance training.
Class assignments and grading
All the work in the workshops will be rehearsing the choreography, finding creative solutions to movement/music relationships, perfecting dance presentation in terms of style.
C/NC for the rehearsals and performance.