Tag: bill t. jones

3 Lessons the New Bill T. Jones Documentary Offers Dance Educators Going Back to the Classroom

When technique and choreography classes return this fall, the disruption and trauma of this pandemic will require more than a syllabus and a getting-to-know-you exercise to foster trust and vulnerability. The new documentary “Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters” can serve as a resource for dance educators welcoming students back.

Washington University Recognizes Bill T. Jones

Bill T. Jones with his late partner Arnie Zane Bill T. Jones will be awarded in September the 2016 International Humanities Medal from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. The medal, accompanied by a $25,000 prize, is given every two years to artists, writers or scholars who significantly impact the fields of arts or letters. […]

An Exciting Spring for USC BFA Students

William Forsythe teaching ballet class to BFA students It’s a good time to be a USC dance major. The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance’s inaugural class of BFA students have some exciting opportunities coming their way this spring. Check out the agenda: – This month, students learned technique and repertory from RUBBERBANDance artistic director […]

University of Southern California’s Dance Season

Hubbard Street 2 It’s an exciting time for the University of Southern California! In our September 2014 cover story, we got a peak inside the new USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, which boasts not only former Joffrey Ballet dancer Jodie Gates at the helm, but the coveted faculty addition, William Forsythe, who begins teaching […]