Dance and Technology is a curriculum in the Department of Dance at both a graduate and undergraduate level. For graduate students it can be taken as individual courses or as a concentration. Dance and Technology is designed to train students in skill sets that support experimentation, curiosity and ability to create new ways of working with technology and dance within the vision of a department devoted to creative choreographic work and training at a professional level. 

TDW IV

Dance, technology, and live performance

Tisch Dance created a concert dedicated to the integration of dance and technology.

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Dance in Cuba

Tisch Dance and Photography

Tisch graduate student Djassi Johnson visits Cuba to photograph dance

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In Class Projects

In Class Projects

Students watch their 1 minute dance films during a "Dance for Camera" class taught by Associate Arts Professor Cari Ann Shim Sham.

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Dance and Interactive Technology

Dance and Interactive Technology

Tisch Graduate Dance Student HyeYoung Jo Borden choreographed and danced in a piece combining aerial dance and interactive technology.

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