What are the pros and cons of traversing multiple genres in the dance field? Does it pay to be a Jack of all trades or will choreographers assume you’re a master of none? Featured columnist and dancer, Roger Lee shares his thoughts on what it’s like to find work and collect income from a variety of sources.
Archives for January 2012
Time to circle up! 12 bloggers have gathered in our circle to share their posts on setting goals. Learn new strategies, try the tips, and check in with your own goal-setting methods and resolve. A perfect time to re-focus your energy on meeting objectives, both big and small.
Scott W. Lewis doesn’t shoot professionally and has no background in dance, but has captured many magic moments with a camera. First, he photographed his daughters for keepsakes, later turning it into a hobby that’s put his work on the cover of Dance Studio Life and right here on Dance Advantage.
Would you like to manage your office remotely, improve intercommunication, and more easily process tuition, gather feedback, and market your dance studio? If so, give these 5 tools (many of them free) a try.
Vitamin C and antioxidants make these greens a must during cold season. They’re even good cooked the night before.
Parent and child. Mommy and Me. Whatever you call the class, teaching tiny dancers comes with a unique set of challenges. Maria to the rescue! She’s been teaching this group for 5 years and has some fantastic tips to share.