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My Latest Project: The American College Dance Festival

January 28, 2012

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Hello readers! After posting biweekly for several months, I decided to take a break from blogging here at Social Rhythms. While I haven’t been blogging at my personal site, I have been working on various other projects. One of the most exciting of these projects has been my work with Dance Oregon, a student group […]

Using About.me as a Dance Profile

August 18, 2011

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About.me is a free website that allows users to create a splash page that defines their online presence and professional biography. It is a one page stop for everything YOU! The site provides an easy to use format including a personal background image, several font options and the ability to connect to important social networking […]

Support Heidi Duckler Dance Theater on Kickstarter

August 14, 2011

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I am a huge fan of site specific dance not only because it is awesome to see how a choreographer can interpret a space and translate it into movement, but also because it introduces dance to those who are not familiar with the art form. I am also enamored with the work of Heidi Duckler […]

SeeDance Application Helps Users Find Dance Wherever They Are

August 12, 2011

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SeeDance is an IPhone application that allows users to find dance related businesses and events based on their geographic location or search queries. The app, which was developed by Dance Channel TV, has been public for over four months and still has a lot potential for growth. It allows users to search for dance companies, […]

This Year National Dance Day is Accessible to Everyone

July 29, 2011

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As many of you may know, the hit TV show So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD) is hosting the second annual National Dance Day tomorrow, July 30. Last year, National Dance Day received thousands of video submissions from all over the country showing people performing the official “national dance” choreography by Napoleon and Tabitha D’Umo. […]

Why Everyone Should Offer Dance Rehab Classes

July 11, 2011

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Ten weeks ago I began working with the lovely Liz Corwin for a research project that she has been conducting regarding dance rehabilitation. Two days a week, myself and one other student have been participating in a one hour class led by Liz, who put together a series of movement from the classes of our University […]

Participate in Dance-Related Conversations on Twitter

July 10, 2011

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If you aren’t a Twitter user already, get involved! In this digital age there is so much online content to share and discuss and Twitter is a great platform for that. On this particular social networking site, hashtags (#) are used to denote keywords or topics of conversation. Users include these short topic titles within […]