The University of Utah College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the creation of an interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate Program in Screendance.

As both a practice and an area of theoretical discourse, Screendance is burgeoning worldwide as evidenced by the proliferation of Screendance festivals, symposia, conferences and publications. Also known as dance for camera, cine dance, and video dance, this hybrid form, which in the past has been found at the margins of practice in the fields of dance and film, is now taking a central place as an independent art form. Through the advocacy of practitioners and scholars worldwide, the field of Screendance is articulating its richly intertwined art-historical roots as a means to understand present dance, film, digital media and art practices and how they intersect in a complex discourse of ideas about the body on screen. The certificate has been designed to meet the growing demand of dancers, choreographers, filmmakers and artists who are seeking a more in-depth experience in exploring the relationship between the moving body and the frame.

The Graduate Certificate in Screendance at the University of Utah is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Department of Modern Dance and the Department of Film & Media Arts. This program provides professional level production courses with state-of-the-art equipment, movement and theory classes and the option for Certification in Final Cut Pro. The Screendance Certificate requires a two-semester on-site commitment.

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Comment by Ellen Bromberg on August 23, 2010 at 12:10am
Hello Dominique. My apologies for the slow reply. Absolutely, international students are eligible. If you would like to explore this further, let me know and we can chat directly. My regular email address is Thanks so much for your interest. -Ellen
Comment by Dominique Jossie on August 18, 2010 at 5:16pm
hi Ellen, are international students eligible to do this course? i am in South Africa. And they do not offer screendance as an academic subject ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY. Please advise?
Comment by Ellen Bromberg on August 17, 2010 at 11:34am
Thanks, Claire, and thanks for checking it out.
Comment by Claire Augustine on August 17, 2010 at 11:27am
This is so exciting!!

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