• Posts Tagged ‘Workshops’

    C.O.R.E With Wagner Moreira and Helena Fernandino

    by  • July 5, 2018 • Dance Program, Faculty & Staff, Summer Arts Program, Uncategorized, Workshops • 0 Comments

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    For the first week of our Summer Dance Intensive Wagner Moreira and Helena Fernandino lead an intensive called C.O.R.E. (Creating Opportunities for Research and Exploration). Wagner Moreira was born in Brazil and has been living in Germany since 2003. As a teacher, freelance performer and choreographer, he has worked in various theatres, universities and international...

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    New Excursion Destination: Ljubljana, Slovenia

    by  • August 12, 2016 • Dance Program, Uncategorized, Undergraduate Physical Theatre, Undergraduate Programs • 0 Comments

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    The Accademia is proud to introduce Ljubljana as the new destination for a multi-day study tour for semester program students. Italy and Slovenia share a border and it’s capital, Ljubljana, an artistic and cultural hub of Europe, sits just 2 hour’s drive from Venice. During the 4 day study tour, Physical Theatre and Dance...

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    From NYC to San Fran: ADA Alumnus Bob Shryock talks about life after the MFA and his new job as the Director of University and Artist Relations

    by  • January 19, 2015 • Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

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    Bob Shryock is an actor-creator and theatre artist that works in both New York City and San Francisco. As a jack-of-all-trades, Bob has worked as a teaching artist, director, performer, deviser, producer and administrator for many organizations and universities. He recently accepted the role of Director of University and Artist Relations for the Accademia dell’Arte...

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    “A Community of Artists” – Current physical theatre students talk about working with European artists and professors

    by  • October 6, 2014 • Uncategorized, Undergraduate Physical Theatre • 0 Comments

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    Before arriving in Italy, most of what I’d heard about European professors from friends who’d studied abroad before was rather… alarming. Common themes included uptightness, strict adherence for rules, and harsh grading systems. Well, we’ve been in class for a solid month now and I can definitely say that any kind of rigidity or...

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