If you’re going to be in the Washington D.C. region December 5, 2009 (including Northern VA, Maryland, WV, PA…etc.) you might want to check out a super cool clinic being hosted by the Atlantic Indoor Association (and yes… I am the education coordinator so it’s my job to get the word out!). We’re thrilled to welcome the amazing choreographer, dance professor and long-time colorguard instructor Vincent Thomas along with WGI Movement Judge Warren Rickart who will lead us through a day full of learning about everything related to the movement caption.
Vincent Thomas will lead the event beginning with a morning of hands-on learning, interaction and demonstration touching on conditioning and training, the fundamentals of movement for colorguard (with tips for teaching them to your beginners!), and a combination. Then Warren Rickart will take over in the afternoon with a discussion on the movement caption, an interactive choreography activity involving both movement and equipment and plenty of time for video review, questions and answers about how a movement judge evaluates your show at the regional A and A class levels.
The clinic is free to AIA member instructors. For instructors who are non-members the fee is only $25.00. So – sign up, grab your equipment and head out to Broad Run High School in Ashburn, VA on December 5 (9 – 5) for a great day of learning and networking! We hope to see you there! (RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org). THANKS!
***if you know of other educational events for instructors throughout the country and would like us to help you spread the word just send an announcement to email@example.com. We’re happy to post it here in our news section!
****More Information: Added November 11, 2009****
You can RSVP directly to firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.atlanticindoor.org for more information about the circuit or RSVP to our facebook event page .
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Catina Anderson is the founder/editor of the Colorguard Educators blog. Color guard has been part of her life for almost 25 years. She began coaching in 1994 and worked with the Broad Run High School color guard in Northern VA from 1998 until 2010. She has also written for Halftime Magazine and served on the Executive Board of the Atlantic Indoor Association. A former teacher, she enjoys sharing what she has learned and hopes to encourage others to share as well. Together we can create even more positive experiences for performers and help to collectively strengthen marching arts activities worldwide.