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Studio Usage Requests

The department of Dance has three studio spaces which dancers may reserve throughout the semester. Please submit the form below with your requested studio time. Please note that reservations can only be granted during the Fall & Spring semesters. Requests for reservations outside of the Fall and Spring semester will not be granted. Reservations automatically expire at the end of the semester. By submitting this reservation request you acknowledge these restrictions and agree to abide by them.

Once the department has confirmed your reservation we must receive a signed Robinson Center Facilities Policies and Regulations form along with a copy of your KU ID or drivers license.

Priority for studio usage is given in the following order: Dance classes, faculty preparation, University Dance Company rehearsals, senior projects, dance students, general public.
 

Please explain why this studio reservation is needed and for what activity the space will be used.
Please give the name of a faculty member who is aware of your classroom etiquette and/or is the official adviser for your student organization.
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If the first time you requested cannot be fulfilled, is there an alternative time on this same date that you would like instead?
If you would like to have a weekly studio reservation, please answer "yes" if you will only need the studio for one date, please answer "no"
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If the first time you requested cannot be fulfilled, is there an alternative time on this same date that you would like instead?

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The Dance between Art and Science
 
The dance between art and science

Who do you find standing at intersection of art and science? Someone like Natali Diaz-Yepes, who graduated in May with a double major in dance and genetic biology. To prepare for her senior dance recital, Diaz-Yepes navigated lecture halls and dance floors, chemistry and choreography, body and mind.

Posted by The University of Kansas on Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Michelle Heffner Hayes


Professor & Chair of Dance, Michelle Heffner Hayes, talks about finding your "voice" through dance.

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