The School at City Arts ~
Accessible Quality Education
Non-Competitive, Nurturing Environment
Inspiring and Sharing Passion for Dance
The School at City Arts is a division of Dance Project, Inc., a non-profit organization under the direction of Jan Van Dyke, with three activities: a statewide dance festival, a dance school and a professional dance company.
A n n o u n c e m e n t s
|Spring Break April 14-21|
|Posted: Wednesday April 2, 2014 2:27 pm|
Just a reminder that DPSCA will be closed for Spring Break April 14-21. We will see everyone back in class beginning April 22nd!
|Upcoming Transitions: A Message from the School Director|
|Posted: Tuesday April 1, 2014 2:24 pm|
Dear Dance Project Families,
It is with mixed emotions that I share with you my decision to leave my position as School Director after the Spring Showcase.
As many of you know, I have two very young sons who keep me on my toes. As I seek to meet their needs while also maintaining balance in my life, I have made the difficult decision to set aside a position I really enjoy at an organization that I am excited about and believe in. Though difficult, I believe this will be the right decision. I am grateful to have been a part of a successful year in the life of the School. From our weekly classes to our outreach performances to our newest classes at a local preschool, I am proud of the many ways in which the School is flourishing. I am also excited about where Dance Project is headed in the coming months and years. If possible, I hope to remain teaching a few classes, and look forward to seeing all of our dancers continue to grow!
All the Best,
Emily Wilson Brenner
|Posted: Tuesday April 1, 2014 2:23 pm|
Dance Project is seeking a School Director to start June 1. The School Director functions as the face of Dance Project: The School at City Arts and manages communications with City Arts, the Cultural Arts Center, the Dance Project Board, and school patrons. Curriculum planning, class scheduling, and school marketing are important roles for this position. The School Director also manages teaching staff and organizes showings and outreach performances. This job is 20 hours per week year-round and teaching is paid separately. Preference will be given to college graduates who live and/or work in Greensboro.
For more information please call 336 373 2727. Applications should consist of a letter of interest, a full cv and a one page statement of your ideas about running a community based dance school. We will be accepting applications until April 15 at:
200 N. Davie St. #7
Greensboro NC 27401
|Two Ways to Support Dance Project!|
|Posted: Tuesday April 1, 2014 2:17 pm|
This spring, we have two new opportunities for our friends and patrons to support Dance Project!
Check out our Power2Give project and consider helping Dance Project purchase an iPad. Gifts are tax-deductible and no gift is too small!
2. Belk Charity Sale
Support Dance Project at the Belk Charity Sale, Saturday May 3rd 6:00-10:00am at Belk Friendly Center!
Tickets can be purchased for $5 in our office (Suite 101B). Ticket holders receive admission to the private sale event as well as $5 off their first purchase.
Dance Project will earn back 100% of what we sell.
|Registration Now Open for Summer 2014 Camps, Classes and Workshops|
|Posted: Wednesday March 5, 2014 2:43 pm|
Registration is now open for our Summer 2014 camps, classes, and workshops!
To check out our camp offerings, select Classes-->Summer Camps 2014 on the green banner above.
You can also view the schedule and register for classes or camps using the green banner above.
We hope to be dancing with you soon!