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I'm a speaker, consultant, curator and writer about dance and Internet-related topics. I help dancers and dance companies create and implement successful websites and social media strategies. I present video screening and educational programs about dance animation, interactive installations and cutting-edge cinematography. And since 2005, I've blogged on Great Dance about a wide range of topics including dance, technology, the Internet, social media and marketing.
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New Business and Creative Models Support Dance Making

Posted on April 16, 2009 at 5:39am 0 Comments

I wrote post this morning on Great Dance about Project Paper Trail and their innovative approach to using the Internet for creative and financial purposes. Here's the link to my post:



"Project Paper Trail: A New Creative and Fundraising Model for Dance"



If you are using the Internet in new ways from a creative and/or financial perspective for your dance-making, I'd be delighted to hear… Continue

Adding a Flickr Slideshows to your Dance Website

Posted on April 13, 2009 at 5:09am 0 Comments

I think it's easy to overlook the value of online dance photography as the focus is often on creating and sharing dance videos.



So I wrote a post this morning, "Flickr Slideshows for Dance Websites and Blog."



If you have ideas about using dance photography online for both marketing and creative purpose, please share your thoughts. Thanks!



Best,

Doug Fox…

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Kids, New Media and Dance

Posted on April 8, 2009 at 6:08am 0 Comments

I wrote a post this morning about a wonderful hip hop dance festival I saw last night at PS 165 in Flushing, Queens.



The program was organized and directed by dance teacher Kathleen Isaac. It was a blast to see the energy and creativity of the children, mostly 3rd - 5th graders.



I'm especially interested to hear about dancers and dance teachers who work with kids and also incorporate new media and technology into their projects - Thanks!



Here's my post: "… Continue

Creating Furniture from Forsythe's Choreography

Posted on April 6, 2009 at 7:10am 0 Comments

I just wrote following new post on Great Dance:

"Creating Furniture from Forsythe's Choreography"

The post focuses on one of the many visualization objects created for the Synchronous Objects project, a joint collaboration between William Forsythe and OSU.

Best,
Doug Fox
Great Dance

Synchronous Objects - A Data Visualization Exploration

Posted on April 2, 2009 at 7:33am 2 Comments

Now that the William Forsythe/Ohio State University dance visualization project "Synchronous Objects" is up, I wrote:

"Exploring William Forsythe's "Synchronous Objects" Website"

What do you think about this ambitious visualization project for dance?

Best,
Doug Fox
Great Dance

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At 11:54am on July 27, 2009, TMA Hellerau said…
Hi Doug,

first of all I apologize for the delay in replying. Finally the video is finished and I uploaded the footage on dance-tech.net (http://www.dance-tech.net/video/workshop-tanz-und-technologie).
Unfortunately we do not have any footage about the public presentation.

Don't hestitate to contact me if you have any additional questions.

Best regards,
Jadwiga
At 6:23pm on April 16, 2009, CreationEditor said…
Your blog about Paper Trail is ace!
At 7:48am on March 13, 2009, TMA Hellerau said…
Hi Doug, the workshop was for more educational purpose. At the end of the week there was a public presentation of the results of all workshops. Unfortunately I have not received the film footage yet. As soon as I get it I will upload the footage on dance-tech.

The participants of the workshop developed a little choreography which was performed at the public presentation. The workshop was lead by Katharina Christl who is a dancer, choreographer and teacher.

I hope that I have been of assistance to you. As soon as I get the film footage I will let you know.

For more information please feel free to contact Matthias Härtig.

Best,
Jadwiga
At 10:56am on March 11, 2009, TMA Hellerau said…
Hi Doug, thank you for your interest in the workshop "dance and technology"! Which information about the workshop do you need? If you need information about the software Kalypso itself, you can contact Matthias Härtig (haertig@body-bytes.de).

Kind regards,
Jadwiga Müller
[Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau]
At 8:23am on February 24, 2009, Aaron Jeffrey said…
Hey Doug, its just an interest in animatronics and kinetic sculpture at the moment, with a view to collaberation and or development of my ideas in the future. Mechanical sculpture manipulated or moved by performer, just a thought, and an area for me to look into, but thanks for the interest, Aaron.
At 11:16am on September 18, 2008, Reels 4 Artists said…
Hi Doug,
This is Sarah A.O. (www.urgentartist.blogspot.com) - this is the production company that i've just started working for - we do a lot of work for dancers and choreographers and are hoping to jump into the "how best to shoot dance" debate - maybe with some video samples as well. Anyway, just wanted to friend you for them and say hi.
Hope you're well!
Sarah A.O.
At 3:19pm on June 12, 2008, Julie N. Cruse said…
Doug - here is the link to the site about "choreobot"

choreobot8.wordpress.com

there are some videos, images, discourse and so on. i am at the inception of the new research project, described in the symposium i created, so these two projects are autonomous of each other. Choreobot is *done*. VICKI is just starting, and as such could stand to benefit from your ideas and responses, or further collaborative support

Thanks for your time
J
At 1:35am on June 12, 2008, Julie N. Cruse said…
did you know you are responding to other people on your own wall? you have to go to the person's profile and comment on their wall if you want them to know that you've responded, otherwise they'll have no way of knowing that you wrote on your own wall. don't worry, i did it too. everyone does the first few times. :-)
At 8:40am on June 11, 2008, Doug Fox said…
Hi Julie,

That's great. I'll follow-up by email.
At 10:54pm on June 10, 2008, Julie N. Cruse said…
Hello Doug Fox. I've been reading your blogs, and checking out some of your work around the blogosphere. I think we should connect. I'm preparing to launch a full research project on my developing project of integrating interactive software in dance technique to facilitate subject-centered, experiential learning in a co-created community of permeable material. I think we've got a fair deal in common and may benefit from a blog to blog about our interests and resources. Care to share?

Julie
 
 
 

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