The 2019 Balasaraswati/Joy Anne Dewey Beinecke Endowed Chair for Distinguished Teaching will be
awarded to celebrated Paul Taylor Dance Company rehearsal director Bettie de Jong in a ceremony during the opening night performance of the Paul Taylor Dance Company on Thursday, June 27 in Reynolds Industry Theater at Duke University.
ADF’s Movies by Movers will screen films on Saturday, June 22 at 1:00pm at Page Auditorium and at the
Nasher Museum of Art on Sundays, June 23, June 30, July 7, and July 14, all at 2:00pm. Moving images,
moving bodies. Movement and film just go together. ADF’s Movies by Movers is a bi-annual festival dedicated to the celebration of the conversation between the body and the camera. All screenings are FREE! Please visit the ADF website for the full screening schedule.
Step inside the halls of five New York City public schools and celebrate dance and dance education! Hosted by veteran TV journalist Paula Zahn, PS DANCE! is a New York Emmy-nominated documentary that captures what happens when students have dance in their curriculum. The journey is one of imagination, curiosity, hard work and discipline. In these schools, dance is for every child.
Tours of the ADF School
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mornings, June 24 – July 16 | 9:00am-10:15am
Free and open to the public!
Afternoon tours are available upon request.
Throughout the summer, ADF School tours offer individuals, families, and community groups an insider’s perspective where you can experience the world-renowned ADF faculty, students, and musicians hard at work. These tours of the school increase your understanding of modern dance and ADF, highlighting the history of the festival up to the present day. Schedule your tour today to observe art in action as well as obtain details about the 2018 season. For more information contact Caitlyn Swett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-684-6402.
Post Performance Discussions
Free for ticket holders!
Post Performance Discussions (PPDs) provide a unique opportunity for patrons to meet the festival artists, ask questions, and gain insight into the creators’ work and vision. PPDs take place after select evening performances throughout the summer.
ICONS – Friday, June 14
Mark Morris Dance Group – Thursday, June 20
Dorrance Dance – Saturday, June 22
Murielle Elizéon & Tommy Noonon – Tuesday, June 25
Paul Taylor Dance Company – Friday, June 28
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble – Tuesday, July 2
Pilobolus – Friday, July 5
Eiko – Monday July 8
Renee Harris Puremovement – Wednesday, July 10
Malpaso Dance Company – Saturday, July 13
A.I.M by Kyle Abraham – Tuesday, July 16
Footprints – Friday, July 19
Samuel H. Scripps Studios
Opened in 2012, the Samuel. H. Scripps Studios provide a much-needed space for ADF to continue its educational programming and outreach throughout the year. Serving as a center for dance in Durham, the studios are dedicated to providing a sound scientific and aesthetic base for students of all ages and levels. ADF will offer ten dance camps this summer including ADF Dance Adventures Week A (ages 6-8), June 10-14, ADF Dance Adventures Week B (ages 6-8), June 17-21, ADF Dance Camp Week A (ages 9-12), June 17-21, ADF Dance Adventures Week C (ages 6-8), June 24-28, ADF Dance Camp Week B (ages 9-12), June 24-28, Shadow Camp with Pilobolus (ages 9-12), July 1-5, ADF Teen Dance Workshop Week A (ages 13-17), July 8-12,ADF Dance Camp Week C (ages 9-12), July 15-19, ADF Teen Dance Workshop Week B (ages 13-17), July 15-19, and ADF Dance Adventures Week D (ages 6-8), July 22-26.To learn more about the Scripps Studios click here.