ACDFA

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ACDFAAmerican College Dance Festival Association (Rockville, MD)
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At an American College Dance Festival Association event his sophomore year, he saw a performance by eight male students from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Sybil Huskey (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Professor of Dance at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, is the recipient of two Fulbright Senior Scholar Awards and a past president of the American College Dance Festival Association. She has worked internationally as a choreographer/performer/teacher and most recently was awarded a National Science Foundation/Creative IT grant for her work with dance and technology.
Performance opportunities: Two main-stage productions a year, collaborative faculty concerts, biannual performance at Vedauwoo outdoor recreation area, American College Dance Festival Association Northwest Conference
The American College Dance Festival Association announced the recipients of two ACDFA/Dance Magazine Awards, which were presented in May during the National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.
Every spring college dance departments across the nation send students to the American College Dance Festival Association's 10 regional conferences.
They represented the more than 5,000 students who attended the 10 regional American College Dance Festival Association conferences (see "Competing in Creativity," March).
Simultaneously the American College Dance Festival Association holds 10 regional conferences.
Katrina, Katrina: Love Letters to New Orleans, debuted at the American College Dance Festival Association in Austin, TX, performed by Tulane students and faculty.
It later drew cheers at the 2004 National American College Dance Festival Association in Washington, D.C.
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts crackled with excitement as capacity audiences of dance students and teachers watched the American College Dance Festival Association's eleventh biannual choreographic gala unfold in June.
Named one of six finalists for the Student Dancer Award at the 2002 American College Dance Festival Association, she performed a duet choreographed by Peter Bingham during the festival's gala at the Kennedy Center.
I would like to express my gratitude for Dance Magazine's kind and generous support of the American College Dance Festival Association. This year I was honored to receive the Outstanding Student Choreographer award, presented jointly by Dance Magazine and the American College Dance Festival.
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