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Studies Project: Teaching Downtown Dance/Teaching Dance Downtown, 3.26.2010

Studies Project: Teaching Downtown Dance / Teaching Dance Downtown

Initiated by Jmy Leary & MR Faculty & Artist Advisory Council, Moderated by Randy Martin

3.26.10, Movement Research at Eden's Expressway, 6:00 pm

This roundtable discussion explores the geography of downtown dance over the past half-century, from the perspective of both the teachers and the students. What was taught, how was it taught, who were the teachers and who took class? Panelists include Hilary Clark, Douglas Dunn, and K.J. Holmes. 

Direct download: SP_teaching_downtown_FULL.mp3
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