As part of her residency inside the California Rehabilitation Center, Scripps College dance professor Suchi Branfman directed a short film featuring the dances of incarcerated choreographers.
With dance classes fully online, dance students are learning how to create synchrony while being apart from one another.
Amidst social distancing, Alana Weiss PO ’22 and Christina Dong PO ’22 share choreography they’ve learned online to connect with friends.
Heels dance classes, taught at the Sallie Tiernan Field House every Tuesday night, are helping students stand a little taller — and not just because of the heels. The classes, members say, promote body positivity and self-empowerment.
Student dancers will perform at CCBDC’s performance “Break-Up to Make-Up” this weekend. Come for the incredible dancing, stay for the glitter.
On March 28, the South Asian community of the 5Cs and friends came together for Sanskriti, a night of dance, song, poetry and romance.
Keith Thompson, a member of choreographer Liz Lerman’s Dance Exchange, had some advice about how to deal with witches: “One, don’t feed them: They’re on a particularly strict diet, and you probably don’t have anything they’d want anyways except for some thumbs and some toes,” he told the audience at
Maya Angelou once said, “Everything in the universe has rhythm. Everything dances.” CONTRAversial Claremont, one of the burgeoning clubs here at the 5Cs, was founded in 2012 by current Pomona students. It celebrates the diversity of dance, welcomes everyone, and above all, embraces the rich cultural history of movement. This club includes members from all 5Cs, and other