2016 Award & Scholarship Extension (147 KB)
Winter Conference 2016 (478 KB)
This completed Vision Document was presented to DANCE 2050 participants at the 2014 National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) National Conference in Chicago, IL. Those attending, along with those contributing electronically, reviewed the document and voted to accept it as a shared vision of those participating in the blind reviewed DANCE 2050 project.
You can find the whole document here: Vision Document Dance 2050 (190 KB)
Vision Document Dance 2050 (190 KB)
Congratulations to Heather Roffe for her orchestration of the Movement and Dance (MAD) Festival at Nazareth College in Rochester, NY this past March. This festival included more than 30 events--dance and movement master classes in a variety of styles over three days combined with two curated dance concerts featuring artists from all over the country.
Heather Roffe (M.F.A.) joined the faculty of the Nazareth College Theatre Arts Department in 2012 as an Assistant Professor of Dance, and became the Dance Program Director in 2014. Previous to that, she was on the Dance faculty at SUNY College at Brockport, Wells College, SUNY Potsdam, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and at St. John Fisher College. Roffe’s choreography has been presented in various venues across the country and internationally (including the Cayman Islands, Bahamas, UK, AZ, CA, IL, MA, MN, NY, NJ, PA), and has been commissioned by both professional companies and dance programs throughout the US. Roffe has performed nationally and internationally with Garth Fagan Dance Company, FuturPointe Dance, in her own work, with Bill Evans Dance Company, and Assemblage Dance at such notable venues as Jacob’s Pillow, NY LiveArts, Ailey Center, DUMBO, 92nd St. Y, and Curve Theatre (UK).
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