Welcome

WELCOME TO NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS

SPRING 2017

DANCE TEACHING FACULTY, 

CLASSES OPEN TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

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TEACHING DAN 102 SPRING SEMESTER 2017
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TEACHING DAN 366 AND DAN 465 SPRING SEMESTER 2017
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Roger Jeffrey
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Teaching DAN 203, DAN 400, DAN 475 and DAN 487
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SAVE THE DATE
UPCOMING 2017 CREATIVE  PROJECT
 
Swimming the River
Performance at the Charles B Wang Center Theatre
Stony Brook University
April 28th and April 29th, 2017 at 6:30pm
DAN 400 Performance Dance Ensemble 2017
Performers and Movement Invention Collaborators: 
Amy Abdelrazeq, Rachel Conti, Lily Coyle, Katia Dinan,
Dyandra Folks, Carmen Gonzalez, Shyanne Graham,
Rebecca Hayman, Kenneth Ling, Alexis Kristen,
Jezirae Rivera
Interactive Media: Sharon Pak 
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2015-2016 Creative Project
RECENT PRESS FROM THE MIGRATIONS OF HUMAN DESIRE PROJECT
Migrations of Human Desire 
Concept, Direction, Choreographer: Amy Yopp Sullivan
Composers: Arvo Part, Philip Glass, Alva Noto + Ryuichi Nakamoto, Joseph Bertolozzi
DAN 400 Performance Dance Ensemble Members
Performers and Movement Invention Collaborators:
Alysha Bullock, Chloe Cassaday, Tim Chak, Nicholas Cheung, Rachel Cocca, Lily Coyle, Allison Gallant, Lila Glansberg, Asia Grant-Murray,
Katrina Jones, Tara Judge, Cary Lamb, Anneliese Marcojohn, Jessica McCarrick, Nikkahalia McFarlane, Alexandra Palma, Denice Patterson, 
Katelyn Richer, Patricia Soberano, Molly Swartz
Assistant to the Director for technical runs: Dyandra Folks, Kayla Waterman
Production Manger and Lighting Design: David Ullman
Stage Manager: Sarah Costantino
Sound Board Operators: Emil Stalzer, Namita Chaturvad, Derick Sears
Lighting Board Operators: Justin Maldonado, Morgan O'Neill
Intern for the Dance Center: Tim Chak
Assistant to the Director, Photography, Media and Design: Kim Ye ji
Social Media, Alysha Bullock and Kim Ye Ji
Program Cover Design: Cary Lamb
The "MIGRATIONS OF HUMAN DESIRE" Project
in performance
At the Charles B. Wang Center Theatre
April 7, 8, and 9, 2016 
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Photography by Ye Ji KIm, ©2016, 
Program Cover (above) by Cary Lamb;  Flyers (below) by Ye Ji Kim
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Recent Events in Fall 2015
November 2-5, 2015
Artist in Residence

Carlo Antonio Villaneuva

114 Nassau Hall, Stony Brook University Campus

Part of the "Dance for a Dollar" Series
All Sessions : $1.00
carlo residency
 
FALL PERFORMANCE 2015:
Sol y Sombra Dance Company at the Center
Thursday Evening, September 10 at 7pm
 
      flamenco performance fall 2015
 
 
  "THE BODY IS THE NEW CLASSROOM"
(Sullivan, 2011)
 
Introducing
THE BODY MATTERS SERIES 2013-14
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BodyMind Performance Lab 
 “While machines will replace humans in some tasks, they’ll also amplify us, enabling us to do things we never dreamed of doing before..We’ll enter into a new kind of partnership with these machines—one that will shine light on the unique comparative advantages of humans: thinking, creativity, spontaneity, adaptability, and improvisation.”
Marina Gorbis, The Institute for the Future
 
Innovations in Student Learning 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I Dance @ SBU!

 

PARKINSON'S GROUP:

It's Your Move! A Community Think Tank

Part of the STMU Lab

(Solutions that Move Us!)

MEETS FRIDAYS 3-4:30PM

No Class March 10th

March 17, Maria Loretta Celitan Teaching

March 24, Amy Yopp Sullivan Teaching

CENTER FOR DANCE

STUDIO 114

Nassau Hall

For All Those Experiencing PD

Questions: 631 632 7392

 

 Coming Soon!

Festival of the Moving Body

Stony Brook University

Spring 2018

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Stony Brook University,  115-C Nassau Hall, Stony Brook, NY 11794-6240,  Phone: 631-632-7392
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