Lisa R Chow, ADC President, 602-740-9616 PO Box 64852-4852, Phoenix AZ.

JOBS (New) in the Performing ARTS + AUDITIONS (11/7/21)

November 7, 2021 No Comments khpblack News

There have been a lot of jobs listed recently. Look for ‘NEW’ jobs added since the last post. Here are some of the ones posted by Arizona Dance Coalition members: NEW ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts School of Music, Dance and Theatre Application deadline is December 27,

ADC Annual Member Meeting Nov 19, Fri 9-noon (virtual)

October 19, 2021 No Comments khpblack Uncategorized

The Arizona Dance Coalition welcomes these presenters for our Annual ADC Member Meeting held on Friday, November 19, 9 am-noon (ZOOM). Join us. Free to ADC members in good standing. $10 nonmembers (view RSVP form for payment instructions). RSVP Form: https://forms.gle/EXjmHQL6BXaS8oj37 Gregory Youdan, MA, MS, Human Movement Scientist, Data Scientist,

JOBS (New) in the Performing ARTS + AUDITIONS (8/10/21)

August 9, 2021 No Comments khpblack News

There have been a lot of jobs listed recently. Look for ‘NEW’ jobs added since the last post. Here are some of the ones posted by Arizona Dance Coalition members: NEW Del E Webb Center for the Performing Arts, Wickenburg Patron & Digital Media Coordinator – FT – The primary

DANCE FILM SUBMISSION ($100 honorarium): Deadline September 5th | Together Forward (End Sexual and Domestic Violence)

August 9, 2021 No Comments khpblack News

The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) is pleased to announce the 2021 Virtual Learning Conference September 14-15, 2021, and is seeking submissions of dance films (5-10 minutes long) to screen during the conference. $100 honorarium to the selected film. THEME TOGETHER FORWARD: Reimagining Justice and Healing

STRESSFUL EATING – How to STOP & Healthy Snacks for Your Dance Bag

August 9, 2021 No Comments khpblack News

by Debbie Polisky, Nutritionist “When I’m under high levels of stress, I tend to choose fatty, salty and sugary snacks versus healthy options that I usually eat,” mentioned Marie, a contemporary dancer in AZ.  Can you relate? Plan ahead and make sure you stock up on trail mix, protein bars,

DANCE HEALS GRIEF & LOSS – A Workshop for Your Studio or School

August 6, 2021 No Comments khpblack News

Dr. Susan Bendix, a trained dance, somatics and mindfulness instructor in Tempe, would you like to offer your students, patrons or clients a way to process some of the grief and loss experienced during this pandemic in a healthy, mindful and artful way. Her new workshop entitled Moving Grief –

LaTasha Barnes joins ASU Dance!

August 2, 2021 No Comments khpblack News

We welcome LaTasha Barnes — internationally recognized and award-winning dancer, choreographer, educator and performer — to Tempe! She will be teaching Hip Hop I, Dance in the U.S. Popular Culture, and Dance Matters for ASU this fall! Below are a few quotes from local Phoenix swing dancers who have experienced

ADC Director Debbie Polisky Receives Grant for Parkinson’s Dance & Nutrition Therapy

July 26, 2021 No Comments khpblack News

Debbie Polisky (Avondale), owner of Nutrition Tango, together with partner Barrow Neurological Institute (Phoenix), received a grant for $18,500 from the Parkinson’s Foundation to use Argentine Tango and nutrition to benefit the Phoenix Parkinson’s community. “I’m honored to receive this grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation,” states Debbie. “It’s an opportunity

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