12540

DAN 350  Junior and Senior Seminar:

The Current Landscape of the Contemporary Performance World

Live Arts

M. . . .

3:10 – 5:50 pm

FISHER PAC

AART

2 credits   What is the current landscape of the contemporary performance world?  What are the most relevant models for funding and producing independent work?   Utilizing both the technical and administrative personnel of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and New York Live Arts, a performance venue in New York City, this course will provide students with the resources, knowledge and skills to begin a professional performing arts practice.  Students will explore the range of jobs that allow for a continuing creative practice and understand how to interact with professionals in all aspects of the performing arts.  A rotating roster of guest teachers will address issues relevant to artists entering the field and discuss their own roles within the professional performance world Among other skills, students will prepare a portfolio of their work, delve into development and fundraising and prepare to produce future work.  This course is geared towards junior and senior dance and theater majors or those interested in entering the professional performance world in any capacity.  Note: This course will demand 2-6 hours of project-based homework each week.  Preference given to dance and theater majors.  Class size: 10

 

Dance Technique Courses:

Intensive technique studies are essential to a serious dance student’s training. Intending and current dance majors must register for two credits of dance technique each semester of their four years at Bard. All technique classes carry 1 credit.

Introductory Dance Courses:

Classes in modern dance and ballet intended for the beginner;  no previous dance experience necessary. Open to all students. New students with previous dance experience should speak with the dance professors before registration.

 

12486

DAN 104 LL  Introduction to Modern Dance

Lenore Latimer

. T . Th .

4:45 -6:00 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 25

 

12478

DAN 120   Introduction to Contact Improvisation

Amii LeGendre

. T . Th .

8:30 -9:50 am

MPR CAMPUS

CNTR

PART

Class size: 25

Advanced Beginner level is intended for students who have had at least one semester, or the equivalent, of dance. Students are urged to confer with instructors about their dance level   prior to registration.

 

12482

DAN 106 JC  Advanced Beginner Dance

Jean Churchill

. T . Th .

11:50 -1:10 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 25

 

12485

DAN 106 MF  Advanced Beginner Ballet

Marjorie Folkman

. T . Th .

3:10 -4:30 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 25

Intermediate and Advanced Dance Technique:

One credit each. Intensive technique studies are essential to a serious dance student’s training. Intending and current dance majors must register for two credits of dance technique each semester.   Also open to non-majors with experience, inclination, and permission of the instructor. 

 

12483

DAN 212 JC  Intermediate Modern Dance

Jean Churchill

. T . Th .

8:30 – 9:50 am

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 25

 

12491

DAN 212 PF  Intermediate Ballet

Peggy Florin

. . W . F

8:30 -9:50 am

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 25

 

12479

DAN 312 PF  Advanced Ballet

Peggy Florin

. T . Th .

10:10 - 11:30 am

MPR CAMPUS CNTR

PART

Class size: 25

New York Live Arts courses:

(2 credits)  Technique courses led by New York Live Arts meet four times each week, and  will be taught by teaching artists from the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and Live Arts artist base.  All inquiries should be directed to Leah Cox at btjaz@bard.edu.

 

12476

DAN 212   Intermediate Modern Dance

Class size: 25

 

Live Arts

M . W . .

. T . Th .

10:10 – 11:30 am

10:10 - 11:30 am

FISHER PAC

MPR CAMPUS CNTR

PART

 

12475

DAN 312   Advanced Dance

Class size: 25

Live Arts

M . W . .

. T . Th .

11:50 – 1:10 pm

11:50 -1:10 pm

FISHER PAC

MPR CAMPUS CNTR

PART

 

Dance Composition

Three credits. Dance Composition aims to introduce principles and theories about choreography in a studio setting. Three levels of Dance Composition are required of all dance majors, and all students enrolled in Dance Composition must attend Dance Workshop but should not register for it.

Dance Composition is open to non-majors with permission of the instructor.

 

12484

DAN 117 PF  Dance Composition I

Class size: 12

 

Peggy Florin

. T . Th .

1:30 -2:50 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

12492

DAN 218 JC  Dance Composition II

Jean Churchill

. . W . F

3:10 -4:30 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 12

 

12494

DAN WKSHP   Dance Workshop

Aileen Passloff / Jean Churchill / Peggy Florin/ Live Arts

. . W . .

6:30 -8:00 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

Non-dance majors and students not registered for composition courses can register for Dance Workshop for 1 credit.  Class size: 25

 

DANCE REPERTORY (1 credit)

 

12477

DAN 316   Dance Repertory

Leah Cox

M . W . .

1:30 -2:50 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

 

12488

DAN 316 AP  Dance Repertory

Aileen Passloff

. T . . .

4:40 -6:00 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

 

12487

DAN 316 LL  Dance Repertory

Lenore Latimer

. T . Th .

6:15 -7:20 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

 

12489

DAN 316 PF  Dance Repertory

Peggy Florin

. T . . .

 . . . . F

3:10 – 4:30 pm

11:30 -1:10 pm

MPR

FISHER PAC

PART

 

12490

DAN 316 MF  Dance Repertory

Marjorie Folkman

. T . Th .

4:40 -6:00 pm

MPR CAMPUS CNTR

PART

 

 

12493

DAN 418 AP  Interdisciplinary Composition

Aileen Passloff

. . W . .

4:40 -6:00 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

Cross-listed: Art, Film, Music, Photography, Theater   2 credits  This class is designed for students interested in studying the art of composition from an interdisciplinary perspective. This is a project-based class in which students from different arts programs will cross back and forth between their “home” discipline into new art genres in order to deepen and enhance the exploration of style, content, and craftsmanship.  Pre-requisite: Students with experience in composition courses in their major course of study. Not open for on-line registration, students should see Prof. Passloff in Fisher PAC B-51.   Class size: 12

FLAMENCO (Cross-listed LAIS)

Technique classes in flamenco, a dance and music that thas been influenced by many different cultures, including Indian, Arabic, Cuban, Argentinean, African, and Judaic.  Not open for on-line registration, students should see Prof. Passloff in Fisher PAC B-51.

 

12480

DAN 244 AP  Flamenco: Adv/Beginner

Aileen Passloff

. T . . .

10:10 - 11:30 am

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 20

 

12481

DAN 344 AP  Flamenco: Intermediate /  Advanced

Aileen Passloff

. T . . .

11:50 -1:10 pm

FISHER PAC

PART

Class size: 15