The BFA Dance program at Peabody prepares students to be at the forefront of dance innovation through performance, choreographic and critical historical and theoretical exploration. Studying dance at Johns Hopkins University, one of the world’s premier research institutions, gives students the opportunity to make connections between the study of dance, science, technology, and the humanities. Students can take courses in Modern Dance and Ballet technique, somatic approaches to movement and choreography, perform in a pre-professional student dance company, and collaborate with world-renowned guest artists.
HCC’s associate degree in Dance Performance prepares students for transfer to a four-year university bachelor’s program in dance.
Carroll’s Theatre program provides knowledge and skills in drama, expressive communication, performance, technical theater and production. This program carefully nurtures developing performing artists by providing the training, experience and artistic vision necessary to succeed in professional theatre.
Project C Studios, located in Westminster, Maryland, offers a variety of dance training and artist development programs to meet the needs of all dance students and dance professionals- beginner through professional, ages 3 through adult. Educational offerings include a National Standards based Pre-K through 12 graduated syllabus curriculum with Recreational, Pre-Professional (Concert and Commercial), College/Conservatory Preparation, and Student Dance Company Programs.
A coterie of the Movement Analysts who work together to promote the Laban/Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS) globally. Together, they have built a practice that optimizes human movement through a variety of applications of the System and developed a philosophy that values and contributes to the ongoing development of the theory, practice, and curriculum of LBMS. WholeMovement offers workshops, trainings, and individual sessions geared toward harmonizing our lived experience.
The Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, LIMS® is a non-profit educational organization, centered in New York City, with a global network of movement professionals. As an accredited school of higher education, research center, and cultural arts institution, we have been training movement observers, teachers, and coaches for forty years.
ISMETA’s purpose is to grow the emerging field of Somatic Movement Education and Therapy, ensuring that training programs uphold high standards of education and practice, and maintain a professional registry of graduates. They are committed to building the professional community of Somatic Movement Practitioners worldwide and advocating for the profession in legal and governmental arenas, and work to educate the general public about our work and help our colleagues in Integrative Medicine, Human Services, Education and the Arts understand the benefits of Somatic Movement Education and Therapy.