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 Post subject: Re: Career Transition for Dancers
PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2003 1:12 pm 
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I was thinking of going but I had other commitments on the West Coast. I'll have to make room for this next time in my schedule.


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 Post subject: Re: Career Transition for Dancers
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2004 6:00 am 
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For a Good Cause, Saluting Dance on the Little Screen

By ANNA KISSELGOFF
The New York Times
October 27, 2004

Ms. Rivera was one of the good-humored hosts at the annual Career Transitions Gala. This year's program, "Dancing on Air," gave dance on television its due, recalling the glory days of programs like "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "The Bell Telephone Hour."
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Focus on Careers in Dance - Dance Lecturer
By Katie Bartlett for the Dancing Times

How much thought have you given to the theoretical side of dance – does that ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’ of the way people move interest you? Do you enjoy getting stuck-in to study, and can you communicate coherently? More and more people are choosing to pursue a future in academia. Read on to find out if it could be an option for you…

Jo began taking weekly dance classes from a young age, and by the time she had reached 18 her interest in the subject had developed to such a point that in 1993 she enrolled on the ‘Dance In Society’ degree course at the University of Surrey.

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 Post subject: Re: Career Transition for Dancers
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Here's an interesting example:

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December 2004

Applications Open in the New Year for the first specialist Dance Fellowship on the Clore Leadership Programme

The Clore Leadership Programme will be offering a Dance Fellowship, starting in September 2005, to a dancer who has the potential to move into a significant leadership role within the arts. The Dance Fellowship is generously supported by Dancers’ Career Development and The Linbury Trust.

The Dance Fellow will have an individually tailored programme, lasting a year or longer, which will include two intensive residential leadership courses; professional development through mentoring, tuition and group learning; time for reflection, research and debate; and a period of secondment, including experience of managing a high level project.

The Clore Leadership Programme, established in 2003 by the Clore Duffield Foundation as a new initiative to strengthen leadership across the arts, will be offering about twenty-five fellowships in 2005/6, across a wide range of areas of cultural activity.

Applications for the Dance Fellowship are invited from dancers from one of the major dance companies associated with Dancers’ Career Development. The closing date is 25 February 2005 and the choice of Dance Fellow will be announced in June.

For further information, contact the Clore Leadership Programme on 020 7420 9430
Website : www.cloreleadership.org.

Note: Dancers’ Career Development (DCD) offers a holistic and comprehensive range of specialist and confidential career support and retraining services and grants to professional dancers in the United Kingdom. DCD’s mission is to empower dancers in all dance forms to overcome the insecurities of a short professional life-span, through developing new careers built upon the distinctive strengths and transferable skills gained from their dance experience. Member companies of Dancers’ Career Development are Adzido, Birmingham Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, Northern Ballet Theatre, Phoenix Dance Company, Rambert Dance Company, Richard Alston Dance Company, the Royal Ballet and Scottish Ballet.


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