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Step Dance I: Beginners

Irish Arts Center @ Virtual Classroom

A boot-camp introduction to Irish step dancing—absolutely no previous experience is necessary.  Students will learn the foundation, form, and technique of Irish dance, starting with basic movements and progressing to light-shoe reels and jigs. We'll learn a few solo steps and round out the session with a group dance that pieces together all the elements learned over the term! Students in all dance classes should wear shorts or workout pants...

Tuesday Sep 26th, 8–9pm Eastern Time

 (8 sessions)


8 sessions

The Rebirth of Metaphysics and Morality: Anscombe, Murdoch, Foot

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online Classroom

When World War II drew away Britain’s male philosophers, the universities of England became, to paraphrase Mary Midgely, “places where the voices of women could finally be heard.” What they said and wrote would amount to nothing less than a revolution in analytic philosophy. Midgely, Elizabeth Anscombe, Philippa Foot, and Iris Murdoch, all students at Oxford, shared in common a dislike of the anti-metaphysical orientation then prevailing in...

Thursday Oct 19th, 6:30–9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

Introduction to Hard Shoe Dance

Irish Arts Center @ Virtual Classroom

A boot-camp introduction to the basics of hard shoe Irish step dancing! Students will learn the fundamentals of Irish percussive dance starting with posture, alignment, conditioning, and basic sound patterns, progressing to treble reels and jigs. Some previous Irish or percussive dance experience (tap, flamenco, etc.) is recommended. Students in all dance classes should wear shorts or workout pants and a t-shirt.

Tuesday Sep 26th, 7–8pm Eastern Time

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8 sessions

Voice Over Marketing 101

Edge Studio Voice Over

This class will help students understand the fundamentals of marketing yourself as a voice over talent, building your client list, and making your voice over career profitable. A successful voice actor once said that they spent 80% of their time getting work, and only 20% of their time actually in the booth recording and editing. The era of easily securing an agent and then sitting at home waiting for the phone to ring is past – every voice actor...

Wednesday Sep 27th, 7–9pm Eastern Time

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Step Dance II: Advanced

Irish Arts Center @ Virtual Classroom

Dancers should have already completed at least one term of the beginner’s course or have previous experience with Irish step dance. You will perfect the dances you already know while learning more complicated steps and rhythms. Students in all dance classes should wear shorts or workout pants and a t-shirt. For footwear, sneakers, ballet shoes or ghillies are best.

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African Witchcraft: Rumor, Politics, and Memory

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online Classroom

In Africa, and in African Studies, witchcraft is awkward. Witchcraft and sorcery practices, the belief in its power, accusations of witchcraft, and fears of witchcraft alike are sites of perpetual racial stereotyping—a stereotype that, for many Africans, is forever anxiously anticipated. In this context, witchcraft comes to operate as both a proving ground and a metaphor—for African “primitivity” or for modernity, for “superstition”...

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4 sessions

Imagining Africa: Concept and Reality

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online Classroom

What does it mean to “do African Studies”? As a rubric, the phrase is broad and imprecise, and the body of scholarship collected under it likewise ample and disparate. If anything, what unites the field is the continent itself, the persons and things that inhabit it, and the phenomena that take place there. But even the scholarship written in Africa, about Africa, rarely refers to itself as “Africanist.” How, then, did the idea of “Africa”...

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4 sessions

African American Literature in the 21st Century

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online Classroom

African American Literature in the 21st Century: Race, Aesthetics, and Theory Toni Morrison’s 1987 novel Beloved forever changed the course of literary study. But if, as the scholar Kenneth Warren has suggested, 20th-century African American literature was a response to Jim Crow, how do we read the vibrant and diverse output of American American literature—and theory—in the 21st century? Everywhere we turn, we see African American...

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Introduction to Television Production

Los Angeles City College @ Live Online

Ever think about working in the television industry? Here’s your chance to learn how to begin and maintain a successful career in television production.  In this class, you will gain a thorough understanding of the basics of TV production - how to behave on set, reading a call sheet, how to put domestic and international shoots together, and of course, tips on finding your first production job.

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Alexander Technique Summer Intensive (Online)

Balance Arts Center @ Live Online

Embark on a summer of self-discovery! Deepen your understanding and embodiment of the Alexander Technique through these weeklong intensives. Guided by internationally renowned faculty, you will get a big-picture understanding of how the AT process can help you grow in every aspect of your life and art form.  Discover how to optimize your full potential, refine your artistry, and bring your whole self to the present moment. Summer Intensive...

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5 sessions

Online Intesive: Dialects - British

Primary Stages ESPA

Dialect and accent are defining qualities, infusing your character with an indication of geography, time period, socio-economic background, culture, and individual personality. In this 3-session intensive with Jane Guyer Fujita, you will learn how to approach dialect work in a myriad of ways, focusing specifically on accents of South East England. This class might be for you if you: Are interested in delving into dialect work in a meaningful way....

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Film Intensive With Donna Mckenna

Actors Connection New York @ Online Classroom

Donna is an international award-winning casting director and producer with nearly 20 years experience casting independent feature films, shorts, and web series.   Her work has screened at the Cannes Film Festival, the Berlin Film Festival, the Milan Film Festival, and the Tribeca Film Festival. She received the Casting Award of Merit (2015) at the IndieFest Film Festival for her work on Leaves of the Tree, starring Eric Roberts, Sean...

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2-Week Youth Animation & Commercial VO Intensive

Acting & Voice Studios @ Virtual Classroom

2-Week Online YOUTH Animation & Commercial VO Intensive with Top CD Donna Grillo Don't miss this 2-Week YOUTH Animation & Commercial Voice-Over Intensive for Kids/Teens 8-18 years old with Top Animation Casting Director - Donna Grillo! This class will be held online via Zoom. This will be a live interactive class with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for and get feedback from Donna. You will be able to download the recordings of...

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2 sessions

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