NYSDEA Winter Conference Line Up!
Celebrating Students as Teachers & Teachers as Students
February 4-5 NYU Steinhardt, NYC – open to NYSDEA members only
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Survey for Review of Draft NYS PK-12 Arts Learning Standards Now Open
is a professor at Buffalo State College. She designs her collegiate
classes with an emphasis on community. These projects of great value
intertwine the students and the community. Joy challenges her students
to be a positive force using dance as a vehicle. Congratulations, Joy!
Thank you for all you do for dance education in New York State.
NYSDEA wants to know who deserves a thumbs up, so please send in your accolades to Allison Bohman, email@example.com.
Include the following: Email subject: THUMBS UP Dance Recognition. Name of person or Institution. Job Position/Title and/or brief biography. A picture of the individual (Please limit your answer to three sentences or fewer).
The next Thumbs Up will be given next month - let us know who it should be!
Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Annual
New York State Dance Education Association (NYSDEA)
fundraising event “All Things Isadora”
at The Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack, Long Island
Photo Credit: Jeff Schultz (http://www.jeff-schultz.com/)
It was a wonderful evening that included a
Cocktail party followed by a performance of Isadora Duncan’s work
danced by Beth Jucovy and her company Dance Visions to classical music
in the magical gardens of the Madoo Conservancy
Reminiscent of the bygone era when Isadora Duncan
danced barefoot on the great lawns of the Newport mansions
NYSDEA would like to give special thanks for the generous support of
Madoo Conservancy, Dr. Dennis Gross skincare and Beth Jucovy and Dancers
Letter From President Elect (79 KB)
Sponsor Letter (841 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)
NYSDEA serves dance educators who teach diverse populations in schools of dance, PreK-12 schools, post-secondary institutions and education outreach programs. Click here to see a list of our institutional members.
You can register online and pay by credit card or print an invoice and mail in a check to the NDEO home office. This process automatically registers you as a member of our organization. If you do not have internet access and wish to join our organization, please call 301-585-2880 and your registration can be taken over the phone.