Warning: This is a rather lengthy post but it is so, so worth it. It’s been about a two months since we returned to Columbus from Salvador, Bahia. In that time I’ve completed my third year of undergrad and jumpstarted my senior project… my senior project. Already. We stepped foot onto campus at a time that […]
(Gotta love the pun in the title, amiright?) This school year I have had the pleasure of working with Christine Ghinder again for her senior thesis project. I cannot truly describe the evolution of the piece since we began in August/September but it has been a crazy, fun roller coaster ride! “Prism” was a work that […]
When classes started in August, Susan Hadley asked the class what we wanted to get out of composition this semester. There was a long list of things ranging from being comfortable creating and presenting our work, to learning how to structure dances. One of the big things everyone agreed on was learning how to create […]
We slaved away in a studio for hours upon hours, indulging ourselves in a single piece, pounding our blood, sweat, and tears into the floor. We stressed over counts and formations. We danced through injuries and cast changes. We pushed through the yelling but we also laughed ourselves to tears. We joked and smiled through […]
Music is such a powerful form of artistry. It can make people see things and feel things all through our sense of hearing.
An essay beginning to answer the simple yet layered question, “why are you here?” posed by Professor Brown.
A semester and a half into freshman year and I have already be introduced to so many great things! From running this blog and photoshop to dance films and documentaries, things have really been layering up outside of the studio.