AD - Recognition - levels - question

Russell russmax at
Wed Apr 21 09:43:16 PDT 1999


   Capricia brings up a good point. I have given it some thought.

   I think the following would work:

   At the point the charter is being instituted, and the charter members
are signing it, each will show the other charter members a list of the
dances they have taught or performed, a list of events where they have
run dance, and a list of reconstructions or choreographies they have
done. You wouldn't have to be exhaustive with the list, but only show
enough to qualify for the level you think you merit.

   Each can see for himself where he lines up in the level requirements.
Each will be a charter member with whatever level they qualify for.


C Scot Henry wrote:
> I'm still wavering on how I feel about the levels - as always I see pros and
> cons.  However, one thing continues to nag at my brain.  The levels
> requirements as currently stated do not give us a starting point  - for
> instance, a magister must say "yes, this is a magister" but how are we going
> to decide on that first one.  I know a few people who I would personally
> just place there even if I don't know that they specifically meet the listed
> requirements yet.  But, I do not know all of the dance teachers or dancers,
> so I can not make a well-informed decision.  Was this why the discussion of
> performing for the entire guild was brought up?  Just wondering, ;-)
> Yours in service,
> Lady Capricia, Namron
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