SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
Each year, NCDA celebrates the art form of dance in North Carolina with a statewide day of classes and performances during National Dance Week.
Bring NC Dance Day to your Neighborhood . . .
Submit an EVENT! Deadline: March 25, 2014
NCDA annually accepts submissions for Events to be included in our NC Dance Day Celebration. Events may take place at any hour on NC Dance Day, at any location around the state, and may include dance classes or performances of any dance type, that are open to the public, with admission that is free or by donation. As a partner in NC Dance Day, your event will be included in NC Dance Day press releases and list serve announcements, and on the NCDA website and social media pages. As a partner, you will put your dance school, studio, department or company on the map and help promote and advance the art form of dance in our state!
NEW! Submit a FILM for “Dance is All Around Us” Film Contest
The NCDA invites the North Carolina dance community to honor NC Dance Day with “Dance is All Around Us” short films. We are accepting film submissions of short site-specific dance works from April 1 - 25, 2014.
Short films can be submitted by dancers, choreographers, teachers and creative movers from across North Carolina. Interested participants can upload their own short works to Vimeo and NCDA will “like” and repost eligible films on the NCDA Vimeo channel.
All uploaded film works will be viewable by the public and the public can view and vote for their top films. The Top 5 fan favorite films will be announced and featured on NCDA social media on North Carolina Dance Day (April 26.) All film works are to be themed around the specific place where they are recorded and must be recorded in North Carolina. Through these dance films, North Carolina can see a visual representation of dance happening around the state, “all around us.”
“Dance is All Around Us” Film Submissions for 2014 North Carolina Dance Day Rules:
Dance films must be site-specific and original content created in 2014.
Site-specific can include short dances or movement in your surroundings (for example: in a dance studio, outside, in an unusual environment, in your home or at a park.)
Films cannot be from a formal or pre-recorded performance.
Films can be as short as 6 seconds (similar to a Vine clip) with a maximum length of 3 minutes.
Films must be created and located in North Carolina.
All submissions will be moderated by the NCDA board of directors prior to sharing and reposting to the North Carolina dance community.
Film submission fees: FREE for current NCDA members (join here); $10 for non-NCDA members (pay below)