Movement Practice: Intermediate-Advanced Dance Technique (DAN4148.01)

Molly Lieber, MFA Teaching Fellow

This intermediate-advanced level movement practice is designed for students with prior experience in dance technique. In this class, we will hone in on the importance of balancing controlled and spontaneous action as well as internal and external movement through using a series of improvisational and compositional practices. We will be learning longer and complex movement phrases that are structured with principles from Water Body Movement (“Body is a container filled with water. Movements are a flow of the water.”) Bringing conscious thought and heightened awareness to both interior and exterior spaces, we deepen our understanding about the unity of our body/mind and how it functions as a whole. We aim to maximize each student’s performance skills and cultivate personal ways to understand how to use one’s own body.

Co-requisite: Dance or Drama lab assignment if students sign up for 4 or more credits in dance.

Prerequisites: permission of the instructor
Credits: 2
M/W 8:00-9:50
Maximum Enrollment: 20
Course Frequency: Every Term
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