Students from fall 2020 courses in the Program in Dance present their work in a series of virtual showings.

Event Schedule

  • November 23 at 1-1:30 PM (EST): DAN 213, “Introduction to Contemporary Dance,” taught by Alexandra Beller. Students share a final group project followed by audience Q&A.
  • November 23 at 2:30-4 PM (EST): DAN 357, “Are You for Sale? Performance Making, Philanthropy and Ethics,” taught by Miguel Gutierrez. In a showing entitled “The Teach-In Clinic for Love of People and Art (and Money),” students share on class topics such as philanthropy pros and cons, private vs. public funding, and new artistic models for art-making and money. Audience Q&A included.

Join the Events

Separate Zoom links are required to join each event. Both events are free and open to public; no registration required.

Join the Contemporary Dance showing on Zoom

Join the Performance Making showing on Zoom



Patrons in need of access accommodations in order to participate in this event, please contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date.

Presented By

  • Program in Dance