[dance-tech] Re: reviews and reports

  • From: "Doug Rosenberg" <rosend@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 19:16:33 -0600

Re: Johannes post:
Some of you may already know about the upcoming Screendance: State of
the Art Conference at the American Dance Festival this summer.  I am
organizing the conference as a forum for the interchange of ideas about
dance and technology, with a focus on the relationship between dance and
its mediated or "screened" representation.  The conference will coincide
with the International Critics Conference so should provide an
opportunity to dialog with those who actually write about the field, (or
don't as the case may be).  I would love to hear from some of you who
may e interested in presenting papers, panels, etc.  Please see attached
for details.
Best regards,
Douglas Rosenberg
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  • From: American Dance Festival <adf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: rosend@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2005 08:14:47 -0500 (EST)
American Dance Festival

Screendance: The State of the Art 
July 6-9, 2006

Screendance: The State of the Art, a four-day conference on the current state 
of screendance around the globe, invites proposal submissions for summer 2006.  

The conference will be held at the American Dance Festival (ADF) in Durham, NC, 
in conjunction with the NEA Arts Journalism Institute for Dance Criticism. 

Deadline for submissions: March 1, 2006 ( 
http://www.americandancefestival.org/special_projects/screendanceenews.html ) 

State of the Art is intended to provide a critical forum for discourse on the 
history and practice of creating dance for film, video and dance.  Alternately 
known as cine-dance, video dance, and dance for camera, the form is leaving its 
adolescence and entering a period of maturation, making this precisely the time 
to take a rigorous look at the genre.  

Overlapping with the convening of the participants of the NEA Arts Journalism 
Institute for Dance Criticism at ADF in 2006, State of the Art will bring 
together internationally renowned scholars, choreographers, critics, and 
filmmakers for a series of panels, papers, screenings, mini-workshops, and 
demonstrations.  Within the stimulating context of the ADF, conference 
participants will present new theories, research, and observations about the 
vital genre of screendance.

Scholars, critics, and filmmakers are invited to propose papers, panels, 
workshops, and screenings addressing or representing the state of the art of 


Please visit our website for more information about the 2006 State of the Art 
conference ( 
http://www.americandancefestival.org/special_projects/screendanceenews.html ) 
and to register.

Early deadline for registration to attend the conference is May 1, 2006.

ADF students and other members of the ADF community may attend the conference 
free of charge. 


All questions about the conference and the submission and registration 
processes should be directed to adfny@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ( 
mailto:adfny@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ) .  

www.americandancefestival.org ( http://www.americandancefestival.org ) 

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