Litchfield, CT, April 16, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts (EMIA), a not-for-profit organization, is accepting applications for its Summer Dance Institute. The intensive program is geared for students, aged 13 and above, who have a serious attitude about achieving their fullest potential in the medium of dance.
Mr. Mosley is the recipient of Dance Teacher magazine’s “2005, Teacher of the Year Award,” reflecting his outstanding experience as dancer, teacher, choreographer and mentor. He is the founder and director of Diversity of Dance, now in its ninth year, and was formerly the director of the summer program “Greenhouse,” in Litchfield, CT.
This year’s institute will be held at The Marvelwood School in Kent, Connecticut. It will consist of two, two-week programs (July 9-July 22 and July 23-August 5). Students may elect to attend either a two-week program or the full four-weeks, and both residential and day options are available. Classes will range from modern, African, tap, hip-hop, ballet, composition, yoga and repertory taught by an outstanding team of nationally and internationally known dancers/teachers and choreographers.
Masters of Dance Series/Performances, complete the wide range of opportunities for students to interact and explore the classroom and stage. World-renowned guest artists will prepare students to perform for their peers and the community at the end of each week.
For more information about Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts or to request an application, contact Wanda Wiig, by phone at 860.567.0747 or by e-mail at email@example.com Information and applications are also available on the EMIA website at www.diversityofdance.com. The deadline to apply is June 1, 2006.