Dance Composition Laboratory I: Exploring Process and Format


The studio workshop in dance composition for graduate students emphasizes individual artistic development through a combination of structured assignments, independent work, interaction with visiting artists, and participation in a shared workshop environment. Expanding upon previous applicable skills and experience, graduate students are encouraged to explore and develop personal aesthetic in movement vocabulary, genre, method and process. Consultation with the course instructor supports clarification of the student's choreographic intention and general development of the student's artwork. Group critiques by faculty and students contribute analysis and facilitate dialogue regarding both process and artwork. This course may be taken by qualified undergraduate senior dance majors or minors who have completed 203 (or 208) and 303 (or 309), with permission of instructor.
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Dance Composition Laboratory I: Exploring Process and Format
INSTRUCTOR: David Marchant
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