How do trained dancers translate their knowledge beyond performance? How does dance inform your personal and professional experiences? What are the benefits of dance and movement as co-curricular programs in learning environments?

Overview

The Well Being Collective @ Hart House presents this first event in a newly developed series led by the Institute for Dance Studies at the University of Toronto Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies in partnership with Hart House. Moving, Dancing, Knowledge series engages learning communities within and beyond the university to explore and highlight dance scholarship and practice, the role of dance and movement in physical and mental well-being, and the considerations of dance as both an artistic and activist form that embodies intersecting identities as well as broader social issues.

These collaborative initiatives involve many partners, seek to engage with existing programming and to inform and develop new learning and practices. A focus on communities that have typically been under-represented and underserved in dance, wellness, artistic and academic settings is a key consideration in all programming.

Moving, Dancing, Knowledge: Dance Beyond Performance, the first event in the 2020-21 series welcome an array of speakers, including those who have professional dance training who can speak to how this has informed other areas of their achievement, development and career experience. It also includes those who have fostered dance initiatives for students to enhance and enrich their educational and student experience. The session will explore the role of dance and embodied practice and the ways in which it informs, translates into, and enriches academic and professional settings.

Guest Speakers

Moderator

Partner

Institute for Dance Studies

Sponsors

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Event Metadata

Event Ended

  • Date: Wed, Sep 30, 2020
  • Time & Duration: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (EST) (2h)
  • Cost:
    • FREE

  • Venue: Online via Zoom
  • Note: Trouble Registering OR Can’t find your Zoom link contact the Information Hub
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How to register online

If you have not already done so, please create/update your account by following the applicable steps below:  

NEW ACCOUNTS  

Please note: this process should only be used by adult members. To register children/dependents, please view the information in the section titled ‘Adding dependents to your account’.

  1. Visit Moving Dancing Knowledge Program Page
  2. Click the  'Sign up'  link located in the top right corner of the page. 
  3. Complete the form, making sure all information is accurate. 
  4. Once you’ve completed the form, click the blue ‘Register’ button at the bottom of the page.  
  5. You will receive an e-mail with instructions on completing your account activation.

REGISTERING FOR PROGRAMS 

Once you have successfully created your account, you can register for programs/events.

  1. Visit Moving Dancing Knowledge Program Page
  2. Locate the program you are interested in registering for and click the ‘Register’ button.  
  3. (If no ‘Register’ button appears, the class may be full or the registration period may not have started. Look for text that explains the status of the program.)  
  4. If you are registering for a child and youth program, read and accept the Informed Consent document. You will also be required to provide or verify emergency contact information.  
  5. Some programs may have additional prompts or questions during the registration process. Please read these carefully and provide requested information.  
  6. You will be taken to a secure external site to provide your payment information, if there is a cost associated with the event/program.  
  7. Once you have successfully provided your payment details, you will receive a receipt by e-mail, as well as confirmation of registration that provides you with the details of your program(s).

For any registration issues, please email the Information Hub.