Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Announcing the Kat & Mouse School of Performing Arts!
I have long wanted to help other dancers acquire skills to allow them to advance in their performance dance careers. Dance in SL can be extremely intimidating to new performers and often even experienced performers have difficulty finding the time or place to learn advanced skills.
Because I know that time is a precious commodity (in RL and SL), I have purposely designed my curriculum with that in mind. Most of the courses are only one session and should last approximately one hour. My intention is that students can come to a class, learn a skill, and then immediately apply that skill to their dancing.
I am starting out by offering some basic courses, but I will be adding intermediate and advanced courses, including some classes on using the Artiste Suite. Initial course offerings include Basic Choreography, Basic Movers (requires the SpotOn Choreography Designer), Basic Set Building, Basic Costuming, and Basic Lighting/FX.
Classes begin on October 4, 2015. Classes will be held at the Kat & Mouse Theater on Sundays at 2pm SLT. You can join the Kat & Mouse group or hit up the subscriber at the theater to stay informed. Visit the Course Listings page on my blog (https://akatandamouse.wordpress.com/km-sopa-class-listings/) and sign up for classes.
A little background on me:
I am an educator in RL, and I have been teaching since 2004. I have taught at both the high school and university level, so I am familiar with learners of varying abilities. I suppose my RL occupation has led to my interest in teaching in SL. :-)
I have been dancing in SL since 2009 and have danced in many different troupes during that time. I started out as a ball-warmer, then moved to chorus girl, and then solo performer. I have done solo routines, routines with 20+ dancers, and everything in between. I am familiar with many different dance tools, including the SpotOn suite of products, the Barre, the HUDDLES, and the Artiste Suite.
I hope you join me on my new adventure! I would love to help you learn the skills you need to take your performance dance to the next level. :-D
If you have any questions, just ask. I look forward to seeing you in class!
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