This semester, we’re studying and performing Twyla Tharp’s The One Hundreds, which begins with two dancers performing one hundred 11-count phrases in unison. Then five dancers simultaneously perform their own twenty 11-count phrases of the previously performed one hundred. And finally, one hundred dancers each perform one of the 11-count phrases at the same time…. Read more »
Arts & Humanities
We were challenged to meet students where they were and bring a touch of movement into their day. Of course, the best place to meet other students is none other than Starbucks. All of us were challenged to teach one of the sixteen phrases we had learned to one student. We also handed out flyers… Read more »
When I lived in Mumbai, India, I’d wake up elated one early morning each March. The key was to wake up before my cousins smeared pink or red or green powder all over my face—so I could get to them first.
Twyla Tharp revolutionized the world of dance, and now, Indiana University students are learning the works and techniques that made her a legend.
Since my first course with associate professor Dr. Laura Scheiber during the spring of my junior year, I have been involved in lab work, including analyzing materials that come in from the field. After a couple of classes—and many hours spent in the William R. Adams Zooarchaeology Laboratory, which is directed by Dr. Scheiber—I decided to… Read more »
Episode 26 of Through the Gates aired via SoundCloud and iTunes Sunday, Aug. 28.
Episode 25 of Through the Gates aired via Soundcloud and iTunes Sunday, August 14.
Episode 23 of Through the Gates aired via SoundCloud and iTunes Sunday, July 30.
Episode 21 of Through the Gates aired via Soundcloud Sunday, July 10.
Episode 15 of Through the Gates: IU This Week airs at noon on Sunday, May 1. The episode will be available through SoundCloud or iTunes, or on the Media School website. This week’s guest is Murray McGibbon, associate professor in IU Bloomington’s Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance. McGibbon joins the podcast to discuss… Read more »