CONVERGE: Dance Career Talk
Recommended Size 20 - 700
Programme Format On-site
Cost $400.00 Per session
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Dance - Flamenco, Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Traditional Indian, Ballroom, Funk, Creative Movement, Traditional Chinese, Hip-hop/K-pop, Broadway, Urban, Traditional Malay, Interpretive, Choreography, Tap
Student Profile Secondary Lower, Secondary Upper, JC/CI, ITE
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre -
Venue (where applicable)
Programme Synopsis CONVERGE: Dance Career Talk is designed to give students insights into the workings, opportunities and challenges within the dance ecosystem in Singapore. The sharing is split into 5 different components, each touching on a different aspect of dance. These include: 1. Roles (Who) a. Performer, Choreographer, Instructor 2. Skills (What) a. Dance Skills, Choreography and Staging, Pedagogy and Class Management 3. Channels (Where) a. Independent Artist, Professional Dance Companies, Agencies / Intermediaries 4. Platforms (When) a. Events and Competitions, Productions and Staged Showcases, Classes and Workshops 5. Training and Qualifications (How) a. Dance Training and Certification, Choreography Workshops and Classes vs Improvisation, Pedagogy Training and Certification
Focus Areas Acquire Skills & Knowledge
Point of Emphasis Industry Explorations
Lesson Goal #1 Acquire insights into the workings, opportunities and challenges within the dance ecosystem
Lesson Goal #2 Articulate aspirations and chart realistic goals
Microphone, Visualiser, Audio/Sound System
Laptop, Projector (good to have)
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