AAST 224 - Beginning Choreography in Cultural Traditions
Semester Offered: Second Semester
Credits: 4 credits
Attribute: 4HU, CD
This class focuses on the study of choreography, cultural traditions, performance, and participation in the mounting of traditional dance works from inception through rehearsal to performance. Weekly Readings are assigned, exploring the use of space, ritual, rhythm, shape and culture. Classes will emphasize the creative process and the working, artistic relationship between the choreographer and dancers. Repertory rehearsals are geared to enrich and develop personal expression and performance skills in a class setting in order that the final choreographic work is a dynamic experience for both group and individual performance. Readings, discussions and performances are required.
Enrollment Limit: 12
Instructor: T. Campbell
Prerequisites & Notes: DANC/AAST 190 or 191.
Cross List Information: DANC 224
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