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 Post subject: Dulcit Dance for a Spring Evening
PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 10:42 am 
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Location: El Granada, CA, USA
What: Smith College Department of Dance Presents Dulcit Dance: A
Choreography Showcase for a Spring Evening (replaces Spring Dance
previously scheduled for April 23-25) When: April 23 & 24, 8 p.m. Where:
Scott Dance Studio, Scott Gymnasium, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.
Tickets: Free and open to the public. No reservations.
Tel. 413.585.ARTS (2787). Web Site: www.smith.edu/smitharts

Dulcit Dance: A Choreography Showcase Perfect for a Warm Spring
Evening

For immediate release: April 2009
Publicity Manager: Joan P. Maxson, Tel. 413.585.3222,
jmaxson@email.smith.edu
Ticket Information: Tel. 413.585.ARTS (2787) or visit
www.smith.edu/smitharts

Northampton: The Smith Dance Department will present a free
choreography showcase of four subtle, honeyed, poetic pieces perfect for
a warm spring night. Please join us for new works by dance major Natanya
Apfelbaum, Carly Smith (recently offered admission to the highly
selective Alonso King’ Lines summer dance intensive in California),
and senior MFA candidate Jillian Grunnah. The final selection of our
program is the anticipated new work of Ms. Candice Salyers, Smith
Alumna. Ms. Salyer’s work “Whispers from a Future Me” is an
exploration of non-linear time in the development of self. Ms. Donna
Mejia, guest-artist-in-residence at Smith, is the artistic director for
the showcase. Seating is limited so please reserve your seat by calling
the box office at 413-585-ARTS. This event replaces the Spring Dance
Concert.

Candice Salyers received a BLS in Interdisciplinary Arts from the
University of Memphis, an MFA in Dance from Smith College, and is
pursuing a PhD from Texas Woman’s University. She has enjoyed working
with a variety of choreographers including Victoria Marks, Li
Chiao-Ping, and Rodger Blum. Her interest in connecting dance to a
larger community led her to found pARTners, a volunteer organization of
artists dedicated to sharing their art form with a variety of people,
for which she won the Alma Bucovaz Award for Urban Service in 2001. Her
solo performance work has most recently been presented by New England
Foundation for the Arts and Bates Dance Festival.






Joan P. Maxson
Publicity Manager/Performing Arts
Smith College
(413) 585-3222
jmaxson@email.smith.edu


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