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J A N U A R Y 2 - 17
January 2 - 5
COUNTERTECHNIQUE is a movement system designed by Anouk Van Dijk that thoroughly prepares the body for rehearsal and performance, enabling dancers to move bigger, more fluidly and more spatially, while becoming stronger and more flexible. Joy Experience daily Countertechnique sessions followed by creative process research with Joy.
January 6 - 10
Creative Process Research
Artistic Director and resident choreographer Banning Bouldin leads a weeklong creative process workshop designed to reveal and make accessible the innovative tools New Dialect uses to collaborate in the creation of new works.
9:30am - 3:00pm
dancers ages 18+ are welcome to register
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Countertechnique: Jan 2 - 5
Creative Process Research: Jan 6 - 10
Dance Theater Workshop: Jan 13 - 17
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REFUND POLICY: If a student must withdraw due to severe illness or injury before the Intensive begins, they will be eligible for a 50% refund. If a student must withdraw due to severe illness or injury during the Intensive, they will be eligible for a pro-rated refund. Otherwise, there are no voluntary refunds after a student has registered.
J O Y D A V I S
Joy received her BA in Performing Arts through the College Scholars Program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She then served as interim Artistic Director of Circle Modern Dance, taught and choreographed as adjunct faculty at the University of Tennessee, and presented many works independently. While in Chicago, she received the Chicago Dancemakers Forum (CDF) Greenhouse Grant for emerging choreographers; danced with Erica Mott, Redmoon Theatre, and Striding Lion Performance Group. Joy also collaborated extensively with Meg Anderson to produce four original evening-length works and jump-started frequent gatherings for artists to share information. She had the honor of receiving her yoga teacher training from renowned center for yoga in Chicago, yogaview.
Joy continues to train and study Countertechnique with Anouk van Dijk. After completing the 2012 Countertechnique Teacher Training, as only one of 14 teachers worldwide, she teaches classes and workshops all over the US. Joy is currently a MFA Teaching Fellow at Smith College in the Department of Dance in Northampton (MA).
R O S I E H E R R E R A
Rosie Herrera is a Cuban-American dancer, choreographer and artistic director of Rosie Herrera Dance Theater in Miami. She is a graduate from New World School with a BFA in Dance Performance. She has been commissioned by The Miami Light Project, The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Ballet Hispanico, Moving Ground Dance Theater, Houston Met Dance, New World Symphony and the American Dance Festival (ADF) in 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2016.
Her company has been presented by the Northrop Dance Series, New World Symphony, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Baryshnicov Arts Center, Texas A & M University, Duncan Theater, The Annenburg Center in Philadelphia, Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Dance Place, Gotham Dance at Skirball and Focus Dance at The Joyce NYC as well as by The American Dance Festival at the Joyce NYC in 2016.
B A N N I N G B O U L D I N
Banning is a Nashville native and received her BFA in dance from the Juilliard School in 2002. She spent the next eight years working internationally with some of her field’s most renowned companies, dancers, and choreographers: The Cullberg Ballet of Sweden, Mats Ek, Johan Inger, Hubbard Street 2, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Alexander Ekman, Buglisi/Foreman Dance, Wen Wei Wang, and others. She was a soloist, master teacher, and rehearsal assistant during her tenure with Aszure Barton and Artists from 2003-2010. In 2007 she began to develop and teach her own syllabus in Paris at the Theatre de la Danse and Studio Harmonic. That same year she joined Rumpus Room Dance, based both in Portland, Oregon and Goteborg, Sweden, where she had the opportunity to co-create and perform multiple site-specific dance works. She and her Rumpus Room colleagues were nominated one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” in 2010. She has taught master classes in the US, Canada, and Europe, has performed worldwide, and has been featured in four films, as well as in articles in Dance Magazine, The New York Times, and Dance Spirit.
In the Fall of 2010, Bouldin returned to Nashville, where she was engaged as a contemporary dance instructor and guest choreographer for the School of Nashville Ballet and Vanderbilt University.
She has since been commissioned to create work for the Nashville Ballet, Visceral Dance Chicago, Springboard Danse Montreal, Whim W'Him (Seattle), SALT (Salt Lake City), Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts (Dallas), Groundworks (Cleveland), the Fine Arts Center (Greenville), the Juilliard School, and others.
Bouldin formed New Dialect in 2012 in response to the need in the Nashville community for a rich and relevant contemporary dance company that would allow dancers, teaching artists, and choreographers the opportunity to explore the wide variety of groundbreaking movement vocabularies that exist in the world of 21st Century dance.
In 2014, New Dialect was named Nashville’s Best New Dance Company and Bouldin, herself, was honored with the Tennessee Dance Association’s Margaret Martin Award for her outstanding contributions to further the public image and accessibility of dance in Tennessee.
In 2015, she was selected one of seven choreographers to participate in Springboard Danse Montreal's Emerging Choreographers residency and was the winner of Northwest Dance Project's Pretty Creative international choreographic competition.
In 2016, she received a Tennessee Arts Commission Individual Fellowship Award and was nominated for a United States Artists Fellowship.
Her latest work, The Triangle, will premiere at OZ Arts Nashville on February 22-24, 2019.
Winter Intensive 2020 is generously supported by