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NKU’s School of the Arts offering inaugural Winter Dance Intensive, an institute for Artists in the Making

Northern Kentucky University School of the Arts has launch the inaugural Winter Dance Intensive, a three-day pre-professional Dance Institute for Artists in the Making.

The Dance Institute – Winter Intensive will take place Jan. 15-17, 2022, in the new dance studio on the NKU campus.

Registration is limited to 30 spots and the deadline is January 1. Register at nku.edu/wdi.

Participants will experience immersive dance training with regional and national guest artists who run their own companies. Throughout the intensive program, they will receive industry and technical training in advanced ballet and modern technique and repertory work and gain insight into multiple performance opportunities in dance.

Sessions will be held in a new state-of-the-art dance studio on NKU’s campus.

The registration fee is $25, and the program fee is $300 (reduced tuition may be available).

Video audition submission is required for participation.

The program leads include Tracey Bonner, Megan Flynn, and Missy Lay-Zimmer & Andrew Hubbard.

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