Dancer's Resource: The Watson-Guptill Guide to Academic Programs, Internships and Apprentice Programs, Residential and Artist-in-residence Programs, Studio Schools and Private Teachers, Workshops and Festivals

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 1999 - Performing Arts - 208 pages
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A guide to schools, grants, fellowships and job opportunities for anyone pursuing a career as a dancer or choreographer. With state-by-state listings, each programme entry provides contact information, application requirements and other relevant data.

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Contents

Foreword Special Advice
7
A Career in Dance
17
Selecting a Program 208 About Getting Your
33
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About the author (1999)

Jones, executive director of the Jose Limon Dance Foundation, teacher of arts administration at Columbia University, and consultant/writer on dance issues.

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