A master class with Chris Friedman 3/31/17

A master class with Chris Friedman VETERAN TEACHER OF THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2017 – 2:30-4:30PM FRESH FOODS STUDIO 2019 Presence, Ease and Poise for the Performer Chris Friedman has been teaching Alexander Technique for more than 25 years and taught Alexander Technique, Nia and Yoga at Studio 206 for 14 years.  Founded […]

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Dancing Through Tuscaloosa

“Teaching is a big part of dance” explains Anna Leigh Sharp. Caroline Spillane chimes in, “because it’s something that we all enjoy doing and something we will all do at some point in our careers”. “This is a really great way to prepare for that and get involved in the community,” Anna Leigh finishes. The […]

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This Week in Education/Outreach: Discover Acting

In an effort to spice up the typically quiet Thursday evening at the library we brought in a giant group of actors to teach an acting workshop in Gorgas 205. Partnering with University Programs and Alpha Psi Omega allowed us to step off the stage for a night to introduce some theatre games and acting […]

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Eating Ice Cream w/ Meghan

By Jamie Schor It never ceases to amaze me how much one can enjoy a delightful dairy treat. I’m talking ice cream, you ol’ so and sos. I love it. I really love it. If I I could write a classic soft rock ballad about it and have Phil Collins bust it out, I would. […]

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