Madeline_schrock
“We all know that chewing gum in the studio is poor dancer etiquette, not to mention a choking hazard. But before any rebellious dancers roll their eyes, take a look at the latest science: Recent research shows that chomping on gum can also adversely affect your dancing. The study, published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, found that chewing gum during athletic activity lowers your respiratory rate—and…”
 
Kristin_schwab
“Technology—especially advances in smartphones and tablets—has completely changed our relationship with dance. Apps have reached beyond stretching how-tos and ballet dictionaries to become programs that allow you to play not just dancer or observer, but choreographer, too. The latest is a prototype from designer Lesia Trubat that records dancing in an unconventional way. Her pointe shoes are decked out with tech gear that trace the…”
 
 
 
Header-resource
2014_06_0
Dance Magazine's Dance Annual Directory is the oldest and most comprehensive source of all things dance. Search online here.
 
Collegeguide1
The must-have resource for college-bound dancers! 600+ higher ed dance programs. Buy the print version.
 
 
 
Competitions_supplement_2014
Ways to help students improve through choreography, costumes and concepts.
 
 
Beyondperformance_2014-1
Dancers talk about career choices before and after taking their final bow.
 
 
Successful_studio_2014
Advice, tips and strategies for building attendance, equipment upgrades and more!
 
 
Lifetimelearners_2014
No matter your level of mastery, there is always more to discover.
 
 
Studiotalk_2014
Dance educators share advice, solutions and success.