NEW from Dance Project: Professional Practice Program

May 22, 2013 § Leave a comment

#dancelocal with the Dance Project this summer!


photo by Sarah Vincent.

Dance Project, the non-profit that coordinates the NC Dance Festival, is pleased to announce our Professional Practice Program through our School at City Arts in downtown Greensboro.

This special summer program is for dance professionals who would like to take regular technique classes, but are struggling to fit it into their financial picture. We are granting up to five scholarships to qualified applicants who will pay reduced tuition for unlimited classes with a minimum of 24 classes to be taken over the course of the summer (average of 3 classes/week).

Qualified applicants are serious dance professionals (recent graduates of dance programs or those actively working in the field of dance) who are able to take at least 24 classes over the summer. The reduced tuition cost is $100 (payable in full by June 6th or in two installments of $50 payable by June 6th and July 12th). Scholarship recipients are expected to abide by our procedures and policies (available on our website). Applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume/curriculum vitae to The deadline for applications is May 28th.

Check out our schedule of weekly classes here (scroll down to the bottom for adult classes), and special workshops here.

Interested in weekday morning technique classes?  Take our survey to let us know when you could attend, and what kinds of classes you would want!

Hope to see you in class.

Dance Local.


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