Dance 2050 in 2013

One of LDTP’s Artistic Directors, Juanita Suarez is an Associate Professor and the Co-Chair of the Department of Dance and Site Coordinator at the College at Brockport, SUNY. The College of Brockport’s Department of Dance, the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO), the NDEO Brockport Student Chapter and the College at Brockport MetroCenter under the auspices of the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences post a call for vision statements addressing the future of leadership in dance in higher education.

This is a very significant historical event!!

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Dance professionals (i.e. dancers/scholars involved in and outside of higher education), participants from the last Dance 2050 symposium at Temple University, and currently enrolled Masters (MA, MS, MFA) or Ph.D. candidates studying dance in higher education are all encouraged to apply. All accepted applicants will become part of a group of emerging, new and seasoned professionals who will continue the conversation started at the first Dance 2050 held in May 2012 at Temple University.

Deadline to submit vision statements: 12-12-12

For more information and to apply, please visit NDEO’s website:

http://www.ndeo.org/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=893257&module_id=125828.

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The Latina Dance Project, a collaborative ensemble of multidisciplinary artists, explores through performances--physical, musical and visual--controversial issues impacting the global community. The company's "projects" create experiences that form a new aesthetic in dance theater reflective of the diverse Latina culture of today, shedding light and provoking reflections that can bring about changes tomorrow.
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