Headshot of Shayla Taylor '20 BFA Dance

Alumna Returns to UNCG with Dance Company Urban Bush Women

When Urban Bush Women comes to campus this week, School of Dance Alumna Shayla Taylor (‘20 BFA Dance: Choreography and Performance) will be with them. Taylor is an apprentice with the company known for weaving contemporary dance, music, and text with the history, culture, and spiritual traditions of ...
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2nd Annual Stinson Book Award Nominations Open November 5

The UNC Greensboro School of Dance is thrilled to announce the 2nd annual UNCG | Susan W. Stinson Book Award for Dance Education call for nominations.  About the Award Funded by an anonymous donor to UNCG in recognition of Dr. Susan W. Stinson, a leading pioneer in the ...
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CVPA Welcomes New Students, Faculty, and Staff

The College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) at UNC Greensboro has admitted the largest freshman class since 2018—275 in the Class of 2026—plus transfer and graduate students for a total of 451 new students. Dean bruce mcclung and the Directors of the Schools of Art, Dance, Music, ...
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Caitlyn Schrader ’22: Bringing Energy and Experience to Role of Director of Community Engagement

Caitlyn Schrader (’22 MFA Dance) is moving into a role that seems choreographed just for her — Director of Community Engagement for UNCG’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA).  In that position, she will also serve as Director of Greensboro Project Space (GPS), CVPA’s contemporary art gallery ...
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Commencement Profile Chelsea Hilding MFA Dance: Choreography

Chelsea Hilding is determined to break through the barrier of body image to make ballet more accessible: “We’re told ballet is for very thin, young girls, and women. Ballet studios are so often decorated with gendered photos of girls in pink tutus. But I believe ballet is personal, ...
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