Originally named The Bennington School of Dance, today's American Dance Festival includes performances, workshops, archives, and classes ranging from body therapies to repertory, composition, and all major dance techniques.
The Division of Cultural Affairs awards, administers, monitors, and evaluates cultural grant programs of the Department of State, as well as plans and implements programs designed to gain national and international recognition on behalf of Florida artists and arts organizations.
One of the preeminent performing arts centers in the United States, The Kennedy Center produces and presents a variety of theater and musicals; dance and ballet; orchestral, chamber, jazz, popular, and folk music; and multimedia performances for all ages.
Dancer, educator, choreographer Susan Kramer presents texts for pre-k-20 showing progressive techniques and lesson plans in rhythmic dance and ballet in HTML and PDF formats. Texts written to include the U.S. National Standards for Arts Education in dance.
Classical ballet is exciting, demanding and inspiring. For ballet to retain its vigor it is vital to have professional classical ballet teachers, equipped with internationally recognized qualifications, imparting their knowledge and love of dance to future generations.
XSpasm focuses on the application of technology in dance teaching, learning, choreography, performance and viewing. Whether it is about Kathakali, Salsa, Waltz or HipHop. Whether it is about shoes, lights, video, internet or mocap. XSpasm wants to bring together those developing the technology and those who could make good use of it.