Educational Residencies

 

SLMDances creates and implements dynamic educational residencies for your institution specific to the needs of your students and curriculum. These residencies may include master classes, setting or creating choreographic work on students, lecture demonstrations and more. In order to create an educational residency program with SLMDances, contact us

 

See examples of residency programs with some of our current and past partner institutions.

The Brearley School
The Brearley School

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The Brearley School
The Brearley School

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The Brearley School

 

Residency Theme: West African Dance

Active Years: 2014-2017.

Residency Frequency + Length:

Two 40 min. master classes/week. 14 weeks.

 

SLMDances offers an introduction to West African Dance with a live drumming accompanist to 8th Graders as a part of the Physical Education curriculum. Students learn dances, music and history from various West African ethno-linguistic groups. 

Black Girls Rock! QUEENS Camp
Black Girls Rock! QUEENS Camp

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SLMDances @ BGR! QUEENS Camp 2014
SLMDances @ BGR! QUEENS Camp 2014

West African Dance Master Class 2014 with Lead Teach Artist Efeya Sampson and Accompanist Bashir Shakur.

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SLMDances with BGR! QUEENS Camp 2013
SLMDances with BGR! QUEENS Camp 2013

West African Dance Master Class 2013 with Lead Teach Artist Sydnie L. Mosley

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Black Girls Rock! QUEENS Camp
Black Girls Rock! QUEENS Camp

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Black Girls Rock!


Residency Theme: West African Dance

Active Years: Summers 2013, 2014

Residency Frequency: 90 min. master class every other day for the 14 day program. 7 classes total. 

 

SLMDances offers an introduction to West African Dance with a live drumming accompanist to girls ages 13-17 years old as a part of the Arts Curriculum in the Black Girls Rock! QUEENS Camp for Leadership and Excellence. Studnets learn dances, music and history from various West African ethno-linguistic groups. 

Greenwich Academy
Greenwich Academy

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SLMDances Lecture Demonstration
SLMDances Lecture Demonstration

"How can dance be used as a tool for activism?"

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Greenwich Academy Dance Corps
Greenwich Academy Dance Corps

Dance Corps in "Sleeping Beauties," a new choreographic work.

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Greenwich Academy
Greenwich Academy

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Greenwich Academy


Residency Theme: Technique and Repertory

Active Years: 2013 

Residency Frequency + Length:

1 contemporary modern technique class/week. 2 repertory rehearsals/week.

Fall Semester. 

 

As the Fall Semester Artist in Residence, Sydnie L. Mosley taught technique master classes, and created a new choreographic work with GA's most advance dance students. The work, "Sleeping Beauties" was produced in the annual winter dance production. Additionally, SLMDances offered a lecture demonstration on the theme, "How can dance be used as an activist tool?" The company performed The Window Sex Project, and a section of work in progress, Body Business.