Schedule & Classes

DPW participants will experience both DPW-exclusive classes and Summer Dance Intensive classes of their choosing.  Click the links below for sample schedules and 2018 Summer Dance Intensive offerings.  

2018 Sample schedule for the DPW workshop for educators

2018 Sample schedule for other DPW workshops

2018 Summer Dance Intensive Classes & Class Descriptions

STUDIO SPACE

ADF has access to numerous studios, and all DPW students can reserve rehearsal space to advance their personal research, technical practice, or creative work.  

SEE PERFORMANCES

The ADF performance season features the established greats and the cutting edge in modern dance. You’ll receive a complimentary ticket to one performance by each visiting company in the Reynolds Industries Theater and Durham Performing Arts Center.  (Tickets to shows in other performance venues depends on availability.) 

HEALTH AND WELLNESS SUPPORT

Physical Therapy: All ADF dancers have access to a Duke University physical therapist walk-in triage clinic for the duration of the festival, free of charge.  
 
Massage and Acupuncture: A resident massage therapist and acupuncturist is available to the ADF community, offering affordable care with a specialization in treatment for dancers.
 
Gym Access: ADF dancers have access to Duke University’s Brodie Gym, which features a pool, sauna, and full array of cardiovascular equipment and weights.   

CEU Credits

You can receive continuing education credit (CEUs) for attending Dance Professional Workshops! The workshops can yield up to approximately 4 CEUs. Forms will be made available to DPW participants seeking CEU credit at ADF. Please inquire with the ADF School office for more information. Please note that number of CEUs are subject to the approval of school districts and the final number of approved CEU credits may vary for each participant. 

All DPW participants may receive a Certificate of Completion at the conclusion of the program.

ADF ARCHIVES AND SCHOLARLY RESEARCH 

ADF dancers have access to Duke University’s Lily Library, which features an enviable array of dance books, videos, and resources, including ADF archival materials.