In Class Choreography

Students learn to improvise chance encounters into interesting opportunities. As the exercise continues, students begin looking for opportunities to make brief encounters last longer, transforming personal choreography into a flowing dance ensemble. A second exercise is improvised singing. Students learn to use their vocal range. As the exercise continues, the students are formed into ensembles. They are given the task of directing the “choir”. They learn simple composition skills and how to direct a group of people to produce the piece they want. Art 318, Non-Static Forms, Fall 2004.

 

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

Student Choreography

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