“The Use of Imagery in Dance: From Theory to Practice”

9/15/2015 7:30 PM

“The Use of Imagery in Dance: From Theory to Practice”

Emory University: Friends of Dance Lecture
“The Use of Imagery in Dance: From Theory to Practice,”
Speaker/Presenter Amit Abraham, B.P.T., MAPhty, Emory PhD candidate

Imagery is one of the tools dance teachers use to promote goal attainment in classes. Depending on the level and style of dance, imagery can be used to enhance technique, choreography, creativity, and expression. Although research in dance imagery provides some insight into how imagery works and in what contexts, many aspects still remain unexplored. In this lecture, an overview of imagery within the dance world will be given, including the different definitions and sub-groups used, its clinical applications and advantages for the dancer, as well as future research directions and challenges.

Date: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2015,
Time: 7:30PM
Venue: Oxford Road Building, Presentation Room, 1390 Oxford Road, Atlanta, GA 30322
Cost Free--No Ticket Requried, Event Open To All
Contact: Anne Walker, 404.727.7266, awalker@emory.edu, dance.emory.edu

Recommended Parking: Oxford Road Parking Deck Adjunct General Medicine Faculty

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