Student-Led Dance Groups & Residency

Photo: Harvard Bhangra. Credit: Liza Voll
Student-Led Dance Group Residency

Student-led dance groups at Harvard may apply for a one-week residency at the Harvard Dance Center! Residency activities may include informal showings, open rehearsals, workshops, or performances. Two-three residencies will be held per academic year (one per semester), but two or more student-led dance groups may submit a combined application for a collaborative residency.

Fall 2019 Residency Dates: Sunday, November 17-Sunday, November 24, 2019

Fall 2019 Residency Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 3, 2019 (11:59 pm)

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATION 

Harvard Dance Center Student-led Dance Group Residencies offers the use of the Dance Center's 3,500 square foot Studio 1. Artistic and producing mentorship is available to students throughout the academic year, though students are expected to take full ownership of all managing and producing aspects of their residency. 

Additional Residency Information:
Harvard Dance Center 2018-2019 Residencies includes the 3,500 square foot Studio 1 with the option for risers or chairs, sound (via portable device, laptop, etc.), and pre-programmed lights accessible via Studio 1 wall panel. A required residency orientation meeting with the Dance Center staff will be scheduled in the first two weeks of the term and another required production meeting with the Dance Technical Supervisor will be scheduled following. Lighting design and production mentorship is available to students throughout the academic year, though students are expected to set up and run all technical aspects of their showings or performances.

For questions about the residency and/or application process, contact Elizabeth Epsen at epsen@fas.harvard.edu.
 

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Reserving Studio Space


Student-led dance groups looking request a regular recurring rehearsal for Fall 2019, please submit the following form: Student-Led Dance Group Weekly Recurring Request Form

Inviduals looking to request ad hoc studio space, please submit the following form: Individual Ad-Hoc Request Form

The Dance Center has two studios and one Green Room. Studio 1 capacity: 80. Studio 2 capacity: 30. Offers: Mirrors, barres, sprung floor with marley, pianos. Dressing rooms, showers, gender neutral restrooms. The green room can also be booked for small rehearsals. Capacity: 10. 

The Director's Studio at the OFA, 74 Mt. Auburn Street. Capacity: 20. Offers: mirrors, sound system, barres, sprung floor with Marley, upright piano. There are two restrooms that can be used as changing rooms.  For detailed information on reserving studio space at the Dance Center or OFA Director's Studio, read the Dance Center Guidelines

Student-Led Dance Groups at Harvard

Asian American Dance Troupe aadt.board@gmail.com  
Chunsa Dance Troupe (Korean Association) ka@hcs.harvard.edu
Corcairdhearg: Harvard College Irish Dancers harvardirishdance@gmail.com
Crimson Dance Team cdance@hcs.harvard.edu
Dancing to Heal dancingtoheal@gmail.com
Expressions Dance Company

expressionsdirex@gmail.com
Fuerza Latina (Candela Salsa Dance Troupe) candela@hcs.harvard.edu
Ghungroo ghungroodirectors2019@gmail.com
Harvard Ballet Company harvardballetcompany@gmail.com
Harvard Ballroom Dance Team president@harvardballroom.org
Harvard Ballet Folkloric de Aztlan bfa@hcs.harvard.edu
Harvard Bhangra Dance Company bhangra@hcs.harvard.edu
Harvard Breakers breakers-list@lists.hcs.harvard.edu
Harvard Capoiera

capoeira-open@lists.hcs.harvard.edu

Harvard Chinese Dance Troupe  
Harvard CityStep citystep@hcs.harvard.edu

Harvard College Middle Eastern Dance Company

harvardbellydance@gmail.com
Harvard Deepam harvarddeepam@gmail.com
Harvard-Radcliffe Modern Dance Company hrmoderndance@hcs.harvard.edu
Harvard Raftaar harvardraftaar@gmail.com
Pan-African Dance and Music Ensemble (PADAME) padame@hcs.harvard.edu
Passus: Harvard College Step Team harvardpassus@gmail.com
Omo Naija omonaija.harvard@gmail.com
TAPS HarvardTAPS@gmail.com


Photo: Harvard Bhangra at Harvard Dance Center. Credit: Liza Voll.