[Anst-dancers] FAS- Dance Business

N Hearn n_hearn at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 30 05:51:05 PST 2003

I would attend.


>From: Deborah Sweet <dssweet at okstate.edu>
>Reply-To: Ansteorran Dancers <ansteorra-dancers at ansteorra.org>
>To: Ansteorran Dancers <ansteorra-dancers at ansteorra.org>
>Subject: Re: [Anst-dancers] FAS- Dance Business
>Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 15:41:32 -0600
>Lowrie said:
> >The last King's College had 6 dance classes, and I ran 4 of those.
> >People don't think of those events as 'dance' events, and I had problems
> >getting dance teachers to come and volunteer.
>When Mooneschadowe held KC we had one track of dance classes. As long as
>there's at least one track of dance at KC, that's good, imho.
>I suppose it comes down to the reason for having Kingdom Dance (& dance
>classes at other events) - is it mainly for never-danced before &
>beginning dancers or is it for the dance-geeks (intermediate/advanced
>dancers)? Because if it's for the latter, that's a much smaller target
>audience; the former, a (possibly) wider audience, but not much for the
>geeks to show up for. And we need *both* types of classes. KWDS is for the
>dance geeks; kingdom dance ?? I don't know. I could argue it both for and
>against dance geeks. Sooo maybe we need to either question non-geeks on
>how they view kingdom dance & what it would take for them to attend and
>also question ourselves as to what *we* expect from Kingdom dance.
> >I also think the whole Performance Event hosted by AGED would be a good
> >idea, if people were willing to volunteer.
>So most of the dance community seems to like this idea; has anyone bounced
>it off of any other people (like musicians, bards, jugglers, etc) to gauge
>their reaction?
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