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2013 Dance Magazine

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Each year, the School of Dance here at Florida State University publishes a magazine that highlights and recaps the events, people, and progress of the School of Dance within the College of Fine Arts in that year. This year, a very special issue has been released that celebrates the eightieth year of dance classes being offered at FSU, as well as the fiftieth year of the School of Dance degree programs. 

Within this issue, you can find:

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Includes a timeline of the major milestones for the School of Dance dating from 1933 to present day.

2012-2013 Season in Photos

A visual display of the poignant moments for the School of Dance in the 2012-2013 season.

Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography Year in Review

A recap of  the visiting artists, fellows, artists in residence, and projects associated with MANCC in 2012-13

Also included in this year’s issue-

  • Faculty and Staff Updates
  • Recent Awards
  • A feature on Alumna (MFA 1979) and faculty member, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, recipient of the Doris Duke Performing Artist Award
  • Alumni Updates

And much more!

A copy of the 2013 issue can be found by visiting:

http://www.dance.fsu.edu/News-Publications/Newsletters/School-of-Dance-Magazine-2013

For more information on the School of Dance, please visit: http://www.dance.fsu.edu/

The purpose of this document is to inform alumni and friends of the activities of the School of Dance and to promote development of the College of Fine Arts and Florida State University. This document is available in alternative formats by contacting the School of Dance or the University ADA Director at 850.645.1458. For people who are hearing or speech impaired, contact the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-222-3448 (voice) or 1-888-447-5620 (TDD). Florida State University encourages applications for admission and employment from qualified persons regardless of gender, culture, race, religion, ethnic background, national origin, age or disability.