A Resource for Performing Artists, Scholars and Audiences.
Time: April 3, 2012 to August 31, 2012
Location: Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies
Street: 520 8th Ave, Suite 304
City/Town: New York City
Website or Map: http://www.limsonline.org/home
Event Country: usa
Organized By: Corinne Cappelletti
Latest Activity: Apr 3, 2012
We aim to paint a picture that explains how the work is applied to various types of professional fields and for one’s career development. Through your story, we - can accentuate the legacy of entrepreneurialism in Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies, and inspire prospective students how they too can individualize work and flourish!
I would like to invite you to be featured in a short interview. All participating CMAs will be asked to formulate their own text in response to a few guiding questions. We would like to videotape you talking about becoming and being a CMA.
Do you want to be featured in a video for our next newsletter?
Can we support the future CMAs to come into this world and expand the community together?
What to expect:
We provide 5-6 basic questions as guidelines, and you respond with about 1 to 3 sentences for each question.
We record you on video and feature your story in a new PowerPoint presentation that we will use for recruiting events, visiting students, and conferences. The PowerPoint will include a variety of CMAs who are using the work in their profession. We hope to get CMAs who are typically less involved with the Institute as well those of you we know well! If this is your first time, please join us in our new project!
We ask you sign an agreement on which you can designate what venues (if any) and which mediums you grant us permission to publish your stories. This may include: the PowerPoint, the LIMS® website, newsletters, facebook page, and other social networking engines.
The session will be at least 30 minutes, and if you want to request, no longer than 30 minutes. We will make this as convenient for you as possible! We would like to hold the recording sessions in New York City. However, we can also do a Skype meeting.
To give you a better idea, the questions to consider may include:
For more information and to participate, please contact the Laban Institute by phone, 212-643-8888 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.