Dance Program News:

This week Andy Vaca will be at the TAMU Dance Program to set his go-go dancer themed jazz work on dance program students and teach some majors classes. Below is his residency schedule:   Tuesday October 21 Auditions/Rehearsal 5:00-8:00   Wednesday...
Next week we are thrilled to have guest artist Elizabeth Ahearn from Goucher College here to teach classes and set a work on dance program students. Below is her residency schedule:  

September 20th (Saturday)
Audition and rehearsal – 10am...

This past semester the Visualization Department and the Dance Program teamed up for a interactive performance art class. The student innovators created beautiful work and increased research collaboration between dance choreography and performance...

The dance program is happy to have six graduating seniors this spring. These ladies have trail blazed this major through its humble beginnings and are prepared to face the world ahead of them. Where exactly are these Dance Scientists taking their...

On Wednesday April 23, 2014 the KINE/VIST/ARCH 485 collaboration class between the dance program and the architectural-vizualization program, Special Topics in Interactive Performance and Technologies, will present their final projects in PEAP...

Ana Baer is a Mexican video-choreographer living in the USA, her work encompasses a variety of dance for camera work, as well as interdisciplinary performances and choreography. Internationally active since 1990, Ana Baer has been commissioned to...

Angelie Renay Melzer has danced professionally throughout the United States with the Colorado Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet and Aspen Santa Fe Ballet touring the US and Internationally.  She has performed numerous Principal and Soloist roles, her...

The Dance Wellness class will present their findings from research studies that were conducted all semester on December 3rd, 2014 at 9:35am in PEAP 207. Come see the what dance science is all about and hear what these young researchers have...

We have absolutely loved having The Harkness Center for Dance Injuries here this week. Many lightbulbs are going off in student's heads as we gain important information about our bodies and how we can extend our dance careers and stay safe. Thank...

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