Towson University’s Community Dance offers adult dance classes in a variety of dance forms taught by full-time faculty in the Department of Dance. Programmed for the beginner to professional mover in mind, classes will help you gain or re-establish perspective of your body and the joy of movement, while focusing on refining technique and building strength. Classes are offered on a drop-in basis with no registration required to attend, and are geared to allow students the flexibility to begin anytime and participate when their schedule permits.
All adult classes, except Alexander Technique, are offered on a drop-in basis.
There is no pre-registration or
registration fee required for adult classes. Payment can be made
in the form of cash or personal checks. VISA, Mastercard or Discover for class
card purchases. Payment for
classes must be made at the beginning of each class. Discounts do not
apply to drop-in or class card purchases.
90 minute class
75 minute class
60 minute class
8 week Class Card for a 90 minute class
8 week Class Card for a 75 minute class
8 week Class Card for a 60 minute class
Functional Awareness Workshop
Functional Awareness (FA) is a practical somatic approach that provides a series of explorations in experiential anatomy to enhance our understanding of movement function, facilitate ease in body action, and improve dynamic alignment. This workshop will be led by Nancy Wanich-Romita.
"By/4 Artist Series" from Deep Vision Dance Company
"By/4 Artist Series" are cross-disciplinary, professional development workshops within an interactive environment. Led by local artists, these events focus on a variety of themes relevant to professional and emerging artists and educators of all disciplines.
Saturday, October 5
2p.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday, November 16
2p.m. - 4p.m.
By/4 Artist workshops are free and open to the public.
David London – October 5 - “Self Promotion for Individual Artists”
David London is a professional magician and storyteller, and the Program and Marketing Manager at the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance. David will share the tools and techniques he has developed over the years for artists to spread the word about their events, increase visibility and attract new audiences. Topics covered will include social media, press relations, event calendars, and more. David brings over 15 years of experience producing and promoting his own shows across the United States.
CJay Philip – November 16 - “Tricks to Getting and Sustaining Work”
CJay shares some tricks to getting work, keeping work and creating work that can sustain a life long career in the arts. Once singer/dancer/actress now director/choreographer/arts advocate, CJay Philip shares the highs, lows and lessons learned from her career on Broadway stages, national arenas, rehearsal studios, audition rooms and the back of a cab. CJay will also expound on some of the unlikely yet fruitful partnerships that have helped her company Dance & Bmore thrive.
Alexander Technique Workshop
Coming Spring 2015
Inclement Weather Policy
Being that TUCD's primary role is as an educational institution for children, we adhere to the Baltimore County Public Schools' policy on inclement weather; if Baltimore County Public Schools are closed, so is TUCD.
TUCD students and guests may park in-front of the Center for the Arts
building at the designated times as listed on the parking signs. Saturday
parking on campus is free for all commuters parking in front of the Center for
the Arts building on Cross Campus Drive and in the University Union Parking Garage.