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Dance
Course Description

DNC 114
Dance Forms from Here, There and Everywhere
Fall and Spring

This course is taught by expert guest artists that teach in specific named dance forms found both at home and all over the world. Every semester will be a unique exploration of one specific form such as hip hop, house, flamenco, hula, square dance, contact improvisation, sabar and any of countless other possibilities. The course is open to all students regardless of prior experience.

Course Credit:
1

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Staff

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P: 510.430.2175
F: 510.430.3272
E: dance@mills.edu

Last Updated: 6/23/17