Dayton Contemporary Dance Company offers single-day, three-day, and one-week residencies for university dance departments. Residencies can include choreography workshops, master classes, rep classes, performances, lecture demos, film screenings, and roundtable discussions with artists and leaders engaged in the performing arts field.
DCDC offers movement workshops, master classes, lecture demos, and performances tailored to complement your university's student life programs, academic courses, and student organizations on campus. Choose from a variety of styles of classes and workshops, from modern to liturgical to African to hip-hop, designed to reach any ability level. Hear a choreographer speak to students about DCDC's latest work. Curate themed performances for Black History Month, Women's History Month, etc.
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company’s HBCU initiative "Young, Gifted, and Black: A Transformative Experience" offers students exclusive access to unique artistry based in the African-American cultural experience.
The HBCU residency includes a performance that showcases dance works by emerging and established choreographers of color. Each residency is tailored to the individual campus and can include dance classes, talkbacks, lecture demos, and roundtable discussions.