SCDA



Member Spotlight: Aimee Gwynne

Aimee teaches at Dance Moves is a graduate from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography. Soon after graduation she became a member of the Annex Dance Company in Charleston, SC. She has studied all forms of dance and has been teaching them for 10 years with various dance and colorguard groups. Spreading the joy that comes with dance is her number one goal, and she hopes that everyone she works with can feel it.


What's Aimee up to? 
My class is an open and happy place for dancers to come in feeling excited to put their own personality into everything they do. It allows the dancers to not only grow in their technique, but also in their artistic voice. They feel heard and encouraged, and it really shows in their dancing and their confidence.


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NEWS CORNER


The SC Arts Commission has revamped their quarterly arts project support grants. For more information CLICK HERE.


Save the Date:
PSAE Annual Arts Integration Conference
October 13-15, 2019 at the Spartanburg Marriott
For more information CLICK HERE.


SAVE THE DATE:
SCDAncing Festival will be held March 7-8, 2020 at Charleston County School of the Arts.


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SCDA 
2019 Winter 
Newsletter


SC Dance Jobs

Click the links below to access more information and apply!
Updated 8/21/19

 DistrictSchoolLevelPostedClick to apply
 Florence 3 n/an/a 3/5/19More Info
Charleston CountyEB Ellington ElementaryElementary7/18/19More Info
n/a Bluffton School of Dancen/aMore Info


Mission Statement: 

The South Carolina Dance Association fosters an environment which supports and promotes dance in our state.

 

SCDA is inviting you, as a valued dance supporter, to join us in our efforts to build a mutually supportive network for the purposes of advocacy, promotion and professional development.  The future of dance in this state depends upon those of us who are passionate about the art and are willing to join together to meet the challenges ahead.  Your individual involvement can make a critical difference. Your membership in SCDA will help promote and strengthen dance throughout the state. Increased visibility, broader participation and artistic excellence are important as we build support for dance.

 The South Carolina Dance Association can provide you:

  • A minimum of two SCDA Newsletters annually
  • Increased opportunities for networking with other dance professionals
  • Advance notice of special events sponsored by SCDA
  • Opportunities to work with regional representatives and to serve on regional committees
  • Access to statewide dance festivals, workshops and conferences
  • Yearly conventions featuring guest artists and Kaleidoscope performance opportunities
  • A means, through Alliance membership, to inform and impact the political process which affects the visibility of dance as both education and art in South Carolina.

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