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Dancers assemble layered world-premiere at dance festival
The Oklahoman, August 6, 2021
An "Assembly" of New York-based dancers is presenting a world-premiere work at the Oklahoma International Dance Festival.
Greyzone, a multimedia dance project from New York, brought the world premiere of “Assembly” to the University of Central Oklahoma's Mitchell Hall Theatre Aug. 5 as part of the festival, with another performance planned Aug. 6.
Photo: Maria Baranova
CHECK OUT THESE SUMMER PROGRAMS DESIGNED FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS AND COLLEGE-AGED DANCERS
POINTE Magazine, Feb13, 2020
Summer intensives aren't just for teenagers anymore. Several companies and schools are now offering ballet programs tailored to the specific needs of young adults in their early career or in college. In addition to helping dancers stay in shape, these intensives and workshops give them a chance to receive coaching and career mentoring, practice the craft of choreography, learn new repertoire and expand their knowledge of the ballet business. Read on for more information on eight upcoming professional and collegiate summer intensives.
VIRTUAL DANCE FESTIVALS YOU CAN ATTEND FROM HOME
Dance Spirit, Natalie Zisa Jul 08, 2020
While some dancers are slowly beginning to return to the studio, large-scale dance events and performances are still off the table for the foreseeable future. Luckily, a number of summer dance festivals opted to go virtual. Here are ten that made the transition, allowing you to access their innovative offerings—from classes and performances to seminars and educational courses—no matter where you've found yourself #SocialDisDancing this summer.
$3 MILLION IN CARES ACTS GRANTS AWARDED TO OKLAHOMA ARTS AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS
THE OKLAHOMAN, Brandy McDonnell, December 16, 2020
Nearly 170 organizations serving 48 Oklahoma communities will receive a share of $3 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding.