A minor in dance can lead to numerous opportunities within the field of dance performance and education. Dance is considered to be an important part of the visual and performing arts educational experience. Studies of dance performance, education and history can enhance a student's academic experience.
Admission to the dance program requires an audition.
Performance opportunities include: an annual dance concert (Perpetual Motion), Faculty Arts Showcase, Choreographers' Showcase, Senior Concerts, informal performances, student organization concerts, performances throughout the community and on campus and state, regional, and national/international gala performances. Dance faculty often receive grants for other performances throughout the university in collaboration with faculty from other colleges. Students are also given the opportunity to attend various festivals and conferences.
The Dance Program also offers students the capability to work with guest artists in master classes, watching performances and learning repertory. This not only gives students a unique opportunity to build their resumes, but to work with a variety of professionals in the field.
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