Dance 332. Choreography & Composition. (EEC)

Focuses on the process of creating original dance compositions. Explores the elements necessary to dance
composition, such as time, space, energy, form, design, and dynamics through improvisational exercises, the
manipulation of movement, and the development of critical and analytical thinking. Students will write
extensively throughout the course in the form of personal reflections, critical analysis of readings, and reviews
of performances. Students will compose a solo piece of choreography, accompanied by a statement of
purpose for their piece and a reflective essay on the process, which will be performed at the end of the term.
Prerequisites: Two terms of Dan 131 and/or 231 or instructor’s permission.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
Instructors
Jessica Bostock
Department
Dance (ID)

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